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Att rroóicin AttAon. 

*.— tjéit) ár Tvoóititi ARAon Aiin. 
I. 

Seo focAt te T)i-Attmtiro An Scooa. Sitit) é -An 
Th-Anmtiro, nu-Ain -A'oubAinc -An f-AS-Anc teif ^tiri " £tAf 
An tá é," a tus m-Af f rve^ruvó : fi Atn' bniAt-Afi f ém, 

A At-Altt, 50 bftllt fé ftl-Af, pé *OAt AZÁ Alft." 

t)í -Aitne An 'Ói-Attmtaro 1 n;goirve.Aóc t>eió míte "oo 5 
ITIágófomt-A, .Af 5AÓ tnte tAob* v t)í fáttce -Agtif 
béite bít> Agtif tóifoín oróte t>ó mf gAó crg, boóc 
Agtif f<Ait)bitt, m>Att "*otime te TM-a" b'e-At) é. ttiig 
fé 1 n--A Atgne pém ná n-Aib anf-An aó a óe-Attc. T)Att 
Leif, b-A teif fém n-A cigte A^tif tiA *o<Aome. T)á 10 
mbéxró -át-Af 1 t)ci$, ní rwvib T>tnne 'f-A cig ftn b-A rhó 
át-Af t>'á b-áfítt 'ná Th-Attmtnt). X>Á mbé-At) btiAittC 
1 *ocig, ní n-Aib •ou.me. 'f-A ctg fm b-A rhó btiAinc •o'á 
bAttf 'nÁ Th-Attmtnt). HtiAitt -a bí t>oc tiA CArvr\-Aij;e 
c-Att éif bátf, óonn^tc T><Aome T)iAttmuiT> ^5 *out fé 15 
t)éin An cónfvAirh. *Oo tAbrwvo-Aft teif, -aó níon tuitt 
fé fuim An bit toncA. T)o te-An^-An -Aif óun cAmce 
A bAinc Af. £é *óeine t/iompuig fé ottt-A te feittg 



2 t)éit> Af n*oóicin AflAon Anm 

A5iif T)ut)Ainc fé, M 1f món an náine t)aoi& t\A leog- 
20 ^A-ó fi& T>om fém m-oiu, -Aguf mo ónoit>e bnifce. 
t>núi$ce, teif An gcneAó ac4 an tin ajam Anfut> 
CuAf I M 



1.— beií) Án nt)Oitiíi ^nAon ^nn. 
II. 

nfon t/févoin t)o t>ume uaf-At cuineat) «ofnnéin 
a óun ^m-Aó a s^n £iof t>o *Ói-AflmuiT>, aguf níT) n4ó 
longn-At), &éAt> ThArtmuit) ann te tinn na ti-uAine g-An 
ceip s^n t>eA|\tfiAT) jan óuine<At>. 

5 Cuin "Ooócúin mac Suittne cuine-At) am-AC tá. t)uAit 
ThAnmuvo foin fé T)éin a$e an TDoócáju. tif fé 
cámátt t>e^s tu-At. pu-Ain T)i-Anmun> *n geACA aq 
of^Aitc Aguf b-Atuic bne-dg an axí ng-Aoit. T)o te,Ai? 
fé An batuit. pu-Ain fé T>onuf An cfge tnótn -An 

io ofSAitc. Cuait) fé ifce^ó. T)'féAó fé 'n-A timCe^tU 
t)í "oonuf an ofs-Aitc -aa a t&irii T)eif. Cu-ait) fé ifceaó 
Anff. Conn-Aic fé an t>ónT> món. ConnAic fé an riii-Af. 
Conn-Aic fé An 6of ó-Aotn-feotd. Cuin fé a tdtn T)e-A| 
1 n-A fpein. Cuin fé «a tArii ótó 'n-A ti-u&Átt. Cuin 

15 fé a t>&At 'n-a tán 50 ctuAf-AiO. T)o t>fni£ fé An é 
pém t>o Caóc-at) An -a t>fóe-Att te cAoin-feCiU T)'-Aini$ 
An T)otcúin fotfiAm éigm» T)'fé«Aó fé An £uinneó5 



mióeit tiA Duite. j 

dmaC. Conn-diC fé an ge-dc-d -dn •oiAti-te^CA'ó. 
Ceap fé 5^1* ™ uc A DÍ c-dn * étf ce-dCc tfceaC. 
Stú'o -dnu-df An fc-digne é, dguf ifce-dC f4 f>Antúf. T)o 20 
té-dt a fúite -din nu-din a Connatc fé -dn nut) fdroce fA 
fi'éif . T)o tót; fé a óof A^uf t)o buAiU 

" Oó ! " anf-d T)i4nmuit), d^uf é náo món c-dCcuigte. 

t)o bu-diteA'ó dníf é, At níon fjydn fé te n-<d gneim. 
pé •oeine, t>o nu5-dt> Aifl ^juf t)o c-ditexvo -dn tnuttdC a 23 
óinn -dn t)onuf anidC 6, roin óof CAoin-f eótd -dguf utte. 
*0'eini§ fé -dguf tus fé A&dfó a\[ an nT)occúin -d^uf 
buodtnc : " P-dife ! paine ! a TloCcúin x\a Sm-domce, 
nA ofo'ó ceifc onc ! t)6no An nt>6itw andon -dnn!'* 

fl! fé-dt)fA , ó ax\ fe-dn boCc " TDoccúin mAc Suione" 3° 
t>o fuS% -dsuf nu-din a Cuinedt> fé Cuige, if é nut) -a 
t-dsd-ó 'nA " T)occúin tid Sm-doince." $eioeA*ó tMoine 
tnd^dt) fA m6it> ftn fém, -dsuf t>eincí gun o'é *Ot-dn- 
muro ax\ Scoca <d tug ax\ a\x\xx\ Ceanc -dn -dn nT)oCcúin, 
tndf gun xftó 50 món ax\ mdCcndtn a X)tmtAX> fé 'ná 3; 
*n tet$edf a ■oemea'ó fé. 



2.— rrnCeát nA 'touite. 
I. 

Cáic— -& tfticít, -dinifl, c-An gAOAif CugAinn, nó cAn 
<Uitif -dn -dtmrin te eontunge-dCc Aguf fiCe t)tiA*>Atn ? 
Irt. — tJíof 1 njjteann na nged tc, a CAic. 



4 TThceAt n^ t)uite 

C. — x^uf cat> a cuin AbAite cu ? 
5 tll.— An c-uAi^ne-Af, riiAife. 

C. — An bfuit ^n aic fin -Abp-Atj 6 bAite ? 

IH. — £)íof a$ fiubtóm An pe-At) feAccm-Ame fut 4áj 
fftoifeAf é, Aguf zá fe-Aócni^in -A^uf bjieij: ó "O'fÁ^Af 
é. 
io C. — Cax> é -An fAgAf bAitt é, a ttlió!t? 

tTl. — O, b-Att sne-Annrh-An. JteAnn fAT>a uAij;neAC 
piA'OAm, cnuic rhónA ájvo-a -An ^ac c-Aob *oe, fnucAn 
pfon-uift;e aj; nuit cné n--A tán, biotAn 45 f -áf «An bnu-Aó 
au cfnuWm fin, -á^uf tiAóc "o-Aoine butte bAittgte 
l 5 An t;ac cAob "oe'n cfnut-án «dg ite An bioLAin A^uf 45 
ót An uifge. 

C. — tttAtfe, T)t-A tmn, a ttlicít, n-Aó fu-dtuó ^n bixvo 
é! 

m. — 111 cuinpeA'o fé m-Afmuf an "óume, ge-AtLAim 

20 "OU1C é. 

C. Conuf a c-Aitif An -Aimfin -Ann, -a tíhcít? 

tn. — TluAin fnoife-Af ^n Aic, bí cuinfe A^uf octuf 
onm, A^uf An cé-AT> t>utne -a buAit umAm, x>o 1-AnnAf 
Ain nu*o éigin te n-tte t-Ab-Ainc *oom. ílíon *óetn fé -ac 

25 péAóAinc onm -Aguf -a ce-Ann *oo ónomA*ó «Aníf. An 
méi*o *oíob a bí <Am' cómg-An, tóg.A'o-An -a gcmn -Aguf 
•o'péAóA'o^n onm, Aguf -Anf-An cnom-AtMn -Aníf, Aguf 
níon cuineA/OAn a tuitte fuime londm. tlu-Ain t\l 
fuAnAf ffe^nA níon LAbjVAf & tuttte, ac imte-Acc 

30 A5 ite An biot-Ain teó« 



tThce-dt n-d t)uile. 5 

2— tmCe^t ha t>tnte. 
II. 

Cúptd tá 'n-a *óiai , ó f-dn bíom-din 45 ite «d^uf dg ót, 
5 5 u f 5 At1 foadt -d' béat -domne, -dguf c-At) *oo feót- 
pAí fd'n ngte-Ann ifce-Ac -ac bó dt;uf í .at; *out Amút>A. 
ttu.Ain fédó fí-'ti-A nmóe-Att -dguf conndic fí dn fid*ó- 
dnu-Af 50 téin, *oo cuin fí ax\ búintedó -Aifue b-A tnu-Ag- 5 
méitige t/dn dinig mo *óá ctu-dif ni-Arh. pne.Abdm.Ain 
fu-Af ^uf "o'fré^ó^m-Ain uin.tt. ttu.Ain a bí ax\ búinte.Aó 
cníocnuigte «dici, A^uf ax\ mAC--AttA *o'éif í fne.A5dinc 
fedóc n-u.Aine ó'n fti-Ab, •o'iompuig fí -An a fdtAib ^guf 
óuin fí -án CAtdrii *oí córh ^é-An a'f bí fé 'n-a cofáib. 10 
Cnom 5-aó .domne -dníf d^uf níon bío'óT; ^tón *oume ná 
beitig -ann 50 ceann fe-Aóc mbti.d'ó.dn ó'n IÁ fdn. 
Anfdn t)o tóg fe.dn-'oume be-Ag, a bí Ann te f-d*o-d, -a 
cednn. 

" Ainigim j;éim bó," an f etfe-dn. *0'£é-dc gdc 15 
Aotnne «din, d^uf níon tdb,din T>ume. 

T) , imttg fe.dcc mbti.d'ón-d eite ftat a bfu.din fé fin 
fn^\t;n-ó. £é t)eine ■o'of^.dit SAnftin A bé-dt ^guf 
t>ubdinc, " Cán dinigif 1 ? " T)'féAó 5AC Aointie An -dn 
( g-Affíín A^uf níon bo£ Aoinne a béAt fém* 20 

1 gccdnn fe-dcc mbtt.d'o.dn eite *oo tóg fe-dn móf 
C\At fu^f -d óeann, Aguf «o'féAó fé 50 fe-dn5.dc an Ati 
Scé-d'o T)ume a bnif an ax\ 5aúnAf. Anfdti "o'féAó 
fé 50 pe-dnjAó a$ At\ ngdnftin, -dguf, 4 bfAt> -dnonti 



6 CeAflbAtt t)uróe n* n-AttinAn. 

»5 "oó, if é nu*o AT)utuiflc fé 'nA, " Z& An steann bcoAft 
^5^1» ! M 

C— Agttf cáx> a "óemif Anf^n, a fhicft? 
tTi. — <tAini5 uAij;neAf onm. tugAf feAóc mbtiA'ónA 
^S feiCe^ni te camc an fin bis téit, t)íof an fe-A'ó 
io fe-Aóc mbtiiVóAn 45 bn-At -An óeifc an g-Anfúin 6 "óume 
éi^in. Anf^n nuain óeapaf 50 n'oéanfA'o An fean 
món nut) éism fójáncA, if 6 $wo a *oem fé 'n4 fcop 
t>o óun teif An gc-Ainc An f a«o. 

C. — An*oAig, níon b'iongnA'ó "óó f^n. 1f a^-aid a bí 
35 ^n gteó. Cutne-Ab-Ain cemne-Af cmn -An An bfean 
mboóc. 

ttl. — tAtnig tiAtsne-áf onm-fA AnfAn, ^suf t4n*s 
AbAite. 



8.— ceAttt>xMt t>tn , óe nA n-AtfmAti. 



£tte b'eiVó Ceanb-Att t>uróe x\a n-AmnAn. t)l fé 
U 45 t>ut 50 t)4ite Cotcín, -A^uf bu-dit fean An -aii 
mbOt^n utme sun b'Ainm t>6 Ca , os tttntá. 
C. — T)tA 'f ttlutne *outc, a €<Ait>s. 
5 C. — T)ía 'f TTIuine "óutc a'f plt>n<Ais, 4 CeanbAiU. 

An fAT>A AZÁ t)0 CftAtt, & Ce-AnbAitt? 

C. — Tll't AÓ 50 CAlCeAÓ, A t-Alt>5. Aíí f<A*>,A ACÍ 

«00 tntAtt pém ? 



Ce-Anbatt t)ui*oe nA n-x\tnn4n. 7 

C. — tíUife, ní't a6 foin -Anfo 50 Cfloif an Ue-Am- 
puitt. t)éit>mí , o -aj; bamc coince T)é tuam feo 10 
óugAinn, te congn-Am T)é, ^stif cáim Ag T>ut foin 
péAó-Ainc -An bféxvof-Amn meite.At *oo cnummu. 

C. — tlí ■oeittim n-á gujt m-Ait -An c-<Am é. C4 -An 
c-^noAtt nac món b-Aince inf s-aó Aon b-Att, Aguf c-ato 
n<A pi|% ca^ éif ce-Aóc -Abaite. 15 

U. — 1f fíon 'óuic. t)íof -A5 c-Ainc anéin te U-At>5 
ua ti-é-Attuigte. t)í fé c-An éif ce-Aóc -Ab-Aite ó'n 
mt)tái\nAin. 'Oub-Ainc fé 50 bfe-ACA fé tuf-A -Ann 
<Aguf 50 f^ 10 beinc nó cniún ann n-án Aitw cú, -Ajjuf 
5un £iAfnui§ *oume -acu *oe *óuine eite cé'n b' ó <*n 20 
pe-Ap beAj; buroe. T)o tug-Aif-fe fé nt>e-AtvA an cetfc, 
Agtir bl cof-Aó f f e^tvA A5AC man f eo : 

tTlife CeanbAtt t)uroe n-A n-Atnn^ 1 ; 

*Ó&Anf<Ainn fcne-AnncAn An téxvo-Aib, 
•Oé-Anf-Ainn cíon inín <A*f ^oitte^n, 25 

Cuinf inn me-Atán 1 *ocóin cnéttne ; 
1mnim báine ^Stif f^ifsim 1-Att am' bnóij;, 
Ac T)ia tem' tdim ! ní "óe-Ann-A -ac cni-At-An Fóf. 

C— tl-A, hA ! t)'f íon t)o t-At>s -An méit> fm. ttfonn 
áfvo ó-Aite-Atft-Aimfit\e 1 5cómnui$e ^5-Amn T A 3° 
t)támiAin. 



3.— ceARt)AU t)ui*óe nA n-^rhn^n. 
II. 

U. — péAó, a Ce-dnb-ditt. t)íonn lonsndt) món ofm 
fém conuf a "óeine-dnn fio ax\ fitit)e-dcc fo. X)Á 
SCditinn mo cidtt teif, ní tiocf<vó tiom -don nÁn 
dtiiáin x>o cun te céite. 
5 C. — ni m-dn fin azá, a €-41*05, -dó bíonn fitnie-dcc 
d$dc t>'á *óédn.dm 35-dó Lá •oet)' f-dogdt Aguf 5-dó cridt 
■oe'ti IÁ, r>Á bféxvofá é t-db-dinc fé n*oedn.d <dguf é cun 
te céite. 

U. — 1f fe-dn m-ASAtt) tu, -d Ce^no-Aitt. níori 'óeine-df 
10 don btúine f iti*oe,dccd ni-drh, -dguf ní tug-d 'ná támi5 
«don f oadt ni-drh -df mo bé\dt 50 of&d'Of At> aomne eite 
fiti*óe-dóc T)o o-dmc -df. 

C. — An ^ava ^f f o 50 t)-dite Coicín ? 

C. — tTU|\ *oé\dnf<á te-dt-rhíte. 
15 C. — CuirifeA"o cáric te-dnn-d te-dc 50 mbevo *oán 
•oéanc-d d^dc fut a mbéimro 1 mt)<dite Coicín. 

U. — Ainiú, f 1-dn-di'óe-dcc I p^gAim te n-u-d'ó-dcc, 

a Ce-dfiOAitt, jjun óui|te-df, cá fióe btiA>ó-din ó fm, 

cun -difiriám »00 *óé\dn-drh <dj; moLdt) -dn cSe-dn-dg-dtvo-d. 

*o " Se-dnAgdjvó-d -dn ceóit," -dffd mife, -dguf *oA bf-d$« 

dmn éine, ní fé\d*of,dinn t>ut níof fi-d -din. 

C. — Ax\ £cuinfirt ax\ ge-dtt? 

U. — Cuiffe-dt) d^uf fáitce, -dguf ní mifoe "óoro 
t)ei<> onc-f-d t)íoU 



Ce.Afú?-Att Duvóe na n-Amtt4n. 9 

C. — p<An te-Ac 50 póit. Ac f eicimíf c-At) cA &s 25 

é-áttlOíltl Ó5 T)*Á 'ÓéxMI-Atfl -Anf<An t-Att? 

U. — ZÁ f-át -Ai^e "o'-á •óé-dtiArh -Aft a g-átjvofn Agtif if 
be^s -Ati c-Atnbe "oó f-An, m-Ajt ntiAin feócf-Afo n-A fAtt- 
e-AóA fAn, féxVOf-AtT) tiA SAb^in g-Ab-áit cníota. T)i-a 'f 
ttltiif e •ótiic, a édmoinn ! 3 e 

é. — T)ia 'f ttltnne 'f P^*on-Ais *óuic, a ÍJ-ai'ót; ! x\5tif 
T)tnc-fe teif, -a Ce-Anb-Aitt! Ar\ bftnt aon n;éAt nuxvo 
AgAib ? Ca*o tnme 50 bftiitin Ag c|\ot-A*ó *oo cinn, 

A €^1*65? 

U. — Uátm «Ag cnot-At) mo ómn, a é-Amown, m-An tf 35 
otc -An fát aw cf -Aite-Aó úft f-An. 

é. — flí't tetge-Af -Atn. ílí't a m-AtAinc -A5-Am. 

U. — ó ! fC-AT), -a 'ótnne ! TU ctnn -An cti-Aitte cníon 
f-A bf Á\, ! 'CÁ An |tti*o ún otc a t>óitw, ac *o&Anf Aito 
fé av> gnó 50 ce.Ann c-Am-Aitt. 4° 

C. — Ué-An-Am, a fcdrój, 50 bf-Aige<AT) mo c-ájtc teann-A 
tutc ! 



3.— cexMittAtt totntte nx\ n-AttinAti. 
III. 

é. — Cat) <Afl a fon, -a Ce-A|tb.Aitt, 50 bftiit cánc 
t^nn<A te f <A$^it 45 ac ó C-A^óg ? 

U. — Je-Att, mÁ 'f é *oo toit é, *oo ctnn fé tiom 50 
mbé^t) *oán fiti*oe<Aóc,A TtéAnzA A^Am ftat a mbeimíf 



TO Cednbdtt tDui'óe tiA n-^rtittAn. 

5 djtdon 1 mt)dite Óoicín — mife, nán "óein Aon x>At\ 
pitróedóCA ni-drii, nto n-Aó longna'ó ! 

é. — C4 edt;dt onm, a Ce-dnbaitt, 50 rnbeit) onr t>iot 
dn cunuf fo. 

C. — -Ué-dn-dm ofc, m-d'fe-dt), Aguf b1o*ó t>o curo *oe'n 
io t>eoc dgdc. 

é. — t>* fémin náft o' fe-dnn-d t>om tti-dm é. 

U. — 1f fíon t>uic. Hí't pumn m-dite-df-d voin tárhAio 

d^dC. 

é. — flf't me-df món -dj; Ud*ó5 Af -dn njnó. 
15 U. — T)^ mbé.d'ó f-át te t)é-dn-dm -dg-dm, bA t>6i§ tiom 
50 scuinfinn t>tidige-dn nó f^e-dc §e-dt Ann. t)'fe-dnn 
Uom fjjotán Aicinn fém 't\Á &r\ cf.dite-dc f-dn. Ac 
cdt> é feo aj ti-dm u-d t)u-dóAtLd t>'á "oé-dnAtíi te n-A 
feifnig? Cdt> c4 onc anotf, a tiAm ? An bfuit t)o 
20 óéAócA bntfce ? 

t. — ílí't, a tAi*ós, aó cá mo óums bnifce, -dguf 
cátrn ^s adf-dt) te s-dt) *oo cun uintt. 

C. — Sc-dt), fc-dt), -d ti-dm ! Uátn 'g^ cuf\ fu-df an -dn 
■ocu-dt-dt. C-df &t\ 5-dt) t)e ctit n-d cum^e, aj;uf béit> 
25 ^n ^neim tf f e-dnn dige. Sm é ! Cuin f n,di*óm -dnoif 
din. 

C. — pé-dó, d tdi"ós, nac bne-dg fé-dó-dnn An f-dndt^e 
in*oiu ? Tlí f edt>-dn c-dt) é -dn -áic df a *ocdini5 an tong 
vhón út) foin. 
30 c. — ní ndio fl Ann mt>é. p&dó -dtnifi, a Ce-dnb-ditt, 
n/*£ f óx>a 6 f ciúin n-d tuinge an bát> be-dg ? 

C. — 1f f-dt)-d, a t-di , ó£» -dguf if mAit ax\ thAife aj;az 



Cedfbdtt t)ui'óe nd n-Arhn4n. II 

é. <CA dn *odn cniocnuigte diydc-fA, d^uf mo cAnc 
teduna beince -dsdm-f-d. 

U. — ^n Af\ buite ACA01, -d CeanbAitt ? CdT> 6 dn 35 
t)An ? 

C. — éifc tiotn. Ilí't Abpvo 6 •otibn-dff te n-é-dmoun 
O5, f< 1f otc dn f-At dn cf-dite-dó flft M 

U. — T)ub-dnc, -A^uf ní't pumn fiti*oe.dcc-d pd' cfditi£. 

C. — Anfdn T)o Uág-Aif -din, " T\Á cuin An cuditte 40 
cníonn fA bfdt." 

C — Aguf cá bfuit -dn fitit>edcc f-d méro fin ? 

C. — tHo'ó forone dt;-dc. T)ubfUíf -dnfdn te tidm 
ua t)u-dóAttd, " Cdf <dn 5-dt> T>e cút tiA cumse." 
A^uf -dnoif be^5 T>ubridíf tiom-fd, " TUc fdT>d ó 4^ 
fdúin n-d tum^e dn báT>." tlíon •oeme-df fém ni-dth 
*>án if T>eife 'n-á é. pé^ó : — 

" 1f otc -dn f-dt ax\ cf-dite-dó ún ; 

WA cuin -dn cu-ditte cníon fd bfátj 
C-df dn 5d*o *oe cút n-d cumge ; 50 

fUc f-dT>' ó f atiin k\a tum^e -dn báT> ! " 

C. — t)An fnvó, d Ce-dnb-ditt, ní't ceófid tedc. xV^uf 
<if mo bé-dt f ém an uite f oc-dt T>é ! ZÁ -dn ^e-dtt 
budróce -d^Ac ^tdn. pé-dó, d Ce-dnb-ditt, b-d > ó6r$ 
tiom 50 jvdib -dn téim tiT> nó món 6 " cút n.d cuinge" 55 
50 " fcitiin n-d tuinge." 

C. — Cuf-d tug -dn téim fin. t)' éige-dn T>6rft-f a cti 
te-dnAm-dmc. 

€. — Am 9 b-dfd, zá dg-dc dníf ! tlí't -don rhdit beic 
le-dc 1 60 



12 

4.— lomnott Aitne. 
I. 

UdmAtt món ó fm, fUAf te cní pióit) btiAt)dn ó fm, 
>í Sfv^r^ein °e^5 ° t)édru -aj; t>ut foin 50 CAnn-Aij; -dn 
"Onocdro dn .dondó. t)í ^n oit)óe dj; ceAóc dtn dgur 
é dx; Tjódndm ríof -An ftiávo in-d§cnomt-d. Won trión 
5 o<5 beit ^r páinc dn dondi£ dn etnge t-de -dn mdroin 
u\n nd rhdinedó d bí óuJáiTiti, nó ní fé<At>r-A , ó fé -d gnó 
•oo t)édndm. t)dite ttluinne dman ir e-dt) c-ámij; r é - 

íludin -d bí r é A 5 5-db.dit t)ót<dn n-d Sop ríor* D * fé 

ax; réAódinc 'n - * timóedtt, véAC&mx: cÁ br < A§d , ó r é 

10 ióir*oín. T)o c^irbeándt) ci§ "oe-dr ctuttfi-dn com- 

pójvo-dc t)ó. Cudit) r e ir^eAó. T)o cus-dtj nut) te 

n-ice "óó, -águr "oo cdirbeánd'ó a te^bA "óó. 

nudin a bf d cuvo CAitce -dige, Ajgur 6 aj; t>ut -d 
cot)Uró, t)o gtdovó r^ *$> f eAn At1 c1 S e « 
15 " A tettéro reo," Att feire-dn, " a f in dn ci&e, stdo*ó 
onm u-Ain a cturg noim td, nnvn nf món *oom beit moc 
dn dn donac." 

11 Cá 50 mAit," dnr* re^tt <an cige. 

Cudró dn sn^r^ein -a óot)Ld*ó, Agur cAf éir tid 
ío pubtóirje, bd ge-dnn 50 n^ib ?é 'n-«A f^m-co'oLA'o. 
t)d gednn ^un buAit ifce-dó r A C1 S céd*on<d cmncéin 
a bí at; *out dn dn dondó 5cé\d*onA, d^ur c-d ^cunpdí 
cun co*otACd é dc trce-dó r A te-AbAi*ó cé\A , ond 'n-d 
f\Aib An SjUr^ein 'n-d óot)td*ó. T)o *óúiri$ dn ^nArAein 
«5 nu-Ain a pudm ré dn tjume -dg ce-dóc ircedó r-d teAbAi*ó 



lomnott xVicne. 13 

óin^e. *Óemexvo,An nomnc c-Amce, 1 *ocneó gun mnir 
5<\ó T>ume .acu t)o'n *oume eite ca*o <a tut; ann e, A^uf 
cá\\ o' -Af é, -A^uf cá n^ib a tniAtt -An m-Ai'om. 

" T)ub,Anc-f-A te pe^n -An cige gtAo'ó-Aó onm u-Ain 
a j óttn^ noim tá," .Anr-A'n gnÁf Aein, " m-An nf món "oom 3° 
beit A5 -An -Aon-Aó -An-A moc." 

"'OubAnc-f.A teif s^n stAo*ó^ó onm 50 ti-exvo-AntnA,' 1 
Anf-A'n cmncéin. Aguf tuic a 500*0^*6 An An mbeinc. 



4._iomnott xMtne. 
II. 

t)1 t>ume bf\eóice f-A cig b-A goine *oo'n ci£ fm, A^uf 
bí -An *oo6cúin "o'éif ce-Aóc 'g-á fé-A64inc um tn^tnón^. 
>&5Uf if é CU15 ^n x>o6cúin 'n-A t-Aob 'nÁ gun é<A5cj\u-Af 
-a bí -Ain, ^guf n-án b' fotáin .a óe-Ann *oo be-Ann-At). 

" tlí't -An 6óin -A^^rn anoif óun a be-AnntV anr-A'n 3 
•ooócúin, " -aó ciocf At> ifce^ó -An o^tt, -A^uf be-Annfxvo 
a óe^nn, aguf c-Ab<Anf-Ait) f-An fionnfu-AjvA-o .bne-Ag *óó." 

'O'imtig -An t>o6cúin, -Aguf ní fxVo-A 6uai*ó fé nu-Ain 
<i bu-Ait cóni-Af f a 6neroe-Aríin.A6 uime. T) , óLA > o<An bjVdon. 
Tlu-Ain -a bí an bjVAon f^n ótc-A acu, t/ótxvo-An bn-Aon 10 
eite. An b-Att *oo 6uimmg ax\ t>o6cúin Ain fém. 

"ÓI" an feife-An, " zá fe-Af\ bo6c Anfo cu-Af 1 
mt)ót4n na fíop, -Aguf if e-A^At tiom 50 bfuit t>noc- 



14 lompott Aitne. 

ní-ó éix;m Ain. JeAttAf t>ut A^uf a ceAnn t>o beAttfi At>/* 

15 CAH115 fé ^stif au cóin Ai^e, Aguf cA T>cAbAttfAt> fé 
A$Ait> ac ifceAó fA cig 'n-A ttAib An SfUf^ein Aguf ah 
cmncéin An tóifoín. 

tAntA guttb'é ax\ *oéAnAtri céAtmA Aj;uf An cónO 
céAtmA a b! An An t)i ti§ tAirci§ iouca. t-ántA, teif, 

20 x;un fAn meA*o óéAT>nA 1 n^Aó cig a bí 5AC teAbA "oe'n 
x>& teAbAit). tl!on *óein An t>occúin ac •oéAnAift ceAnn 
Af a§ai*ó An An teAbAit) óéxvon-A, t)An teif, 50 riAib fé 
'n-A n-Aice um trUtnónA noime fm. 

t)í An beinc 'n-A •ocnom-co'otA'ó. t)! An cwncéin 

25 Att cotbA, óin if é b-A *oéAnAige t-áimj;. 

t)Am -An *ooccúin An c-éAT>AC T>e ceAnn An cinncéAju 
Aguf cAttttAmj; fé cuij;e a cóifi beAtttttA. t)! An f obAt 
50 bog Aige, -Aguf bí -An f ^ob-An An -áttteAcc Aige. t>4 
ge-Ann 50 ttAib ptAofg An cmncéAttA córh tom córii 

30 se-At Ai$e te tv-ub 56. tlíon tug f é f é nT>eAttA aii 
SjUf Aeitt 1 n-Aon con. 

T)'imtig fé, ac n! h-AbAite cuavo fé. $t-Aoi*ó fé 50 
cig An óúmne. 

t)í f eAtt An cige fm A*?;uf é féin 50 móri te n-A céite. 

35 'O'ót fé bttAon AnfAn, bttAon fógAncA. T/ót fé An 
c^ftiA bfvAon Ann. X)o buAit fé An T>nocAT> Anonn, 
Aj;uf fuAf SttÁiT) An -ÓAifteAm. t)í T)onuf Att of^Aitc 
AnfAn fomnf, A^uf t>o buAit fé ifceAó. t)í mumcin 
An nge fm A^uf é f ém, teif, 50 h-AnA rhótt te n-A céite. 

40 'O'ót fé bn Aon Anf-An -A^uf aw c-Attn-A btt-Aon, A^uf *oa\[ 
n*oó au cfíorhA'ó bttAon. Ouitt fé LÁrh 'n-A ^óca. 



«omj\oit xxictic. 15 

" I " Af reifeATi, " cA a fior ^5 An T>CAtAifi suji 
fAs-Af mo t>or5<A úiT\tirí cAtt A ™' t)i-dit) t mt)ótAtt nA 
Sop ! ílí món *oom *out Anonn t4itf\e<Aó 'g^ lAflTVAit)." 



4.— tomtiott ^ttne. 
III. 

DuAit r^ Atiué. tlí tvaio fé ^* tneirse. tlí aaio 1 
n-Aon con. tlí T>aio t>túi|\e meirse aij\, btúif\e niAtn. 
t)í tuArs^'ó be-A5 r A CAtAtfi pé n-A cor^ib. xXc má bí 
féin, ní n--Ain-re^n a bí r^- fcámis r é 5° "ocí An ctg, 
Agur i bfiAt>n-Aire n-A te-Apt-An. 5 

An beinc -a bí r A te-Ab-Ait), Atfi, bfot> 50 t*Aib An 
cot)tAt) 50 cnom ont-A, ní nó foaAifi *o'fAnA*oAn An 
f-Ait) -a bí -An T>occúin Atnuic u-ac-a. t>ío*o^n ^5 iom- 
piit -Agur ^5 unfAinc 50 t)Cí 50 TVAib an cmncéin tíor 
1 scor^i^ nA te-Apt-An, ^sur An STvárAein 1 n-A -AonAn 10 

tu-Ar- 

T)o fe-ArAitfi An •ooccúin óótfi mait a^ur t/féAt) fé 
reAr-ATfi, or cionn n-A teap&An, ^gur rot^f f n~& LAitfi 
Aise. T)'fé-Aó r^ ^n óe-Ann -An $|Váf AeftA, A 5 w r ™ f e^AC- 
Aíf lonsnAt) t\& -Attc-Aóc niArh <ac m-An a bí -Ain. Cuin 15 
ré a Látn -Afl §t\u-ais -An *ouwe, -A^ur bAin r^ bos-rc-At-At) 
nó "Oó Airci, At níot\ t)úip$ r* An "ouitie. 



l6 1omr*ott Aicne. 

M SeA-ó ! M dn f eife-dn. M t)o ttuAró fm -a^ d t>f e-dc-d- 

fd nidm fóf T>'ot)-din! tlí ti-ion^n-A'ó 50 ndit> cemnedf 
to cmn At;uf fpedt>ndí , oí onc, -d fin t>occ, -Ax;uf a teicéit> 

fin "o'fáf Sfti^e rjeic -df T)o óe-dnn I tlí't c-dn *óA 

udin a' ÓU115 ó t>e-dnnAf é Córft tom te m' t)<dif, <dj;uf 

fm cnom^'ó 50 m-Arc -Anoif -An f<Ai»o -Aníf f-A gnu-AtT; -Aige ! 

Cat> T)édnfdiT> T>oócúiní ÓoncAige Aguf t)-Aite AtA 
25 CU-ac, nu-Ain -a neóff-An -An f ^é-At f o *óórt> ? S^níotjf xvo 

tedt>.An Ain. t)éi*ó m'-Amm 1 n-ÁinT>e. — Aguf m-An 

•óeimniú ^n -dn fgé-At, be-Annf at> aníf é -Aguf cime<ÁT)f óx> 

dn *oá tomrtd. JOÁ -dn óéxvo tom|td -dnfo fóf. 1f m^ic 

n-án óAite-Af uAim é ó ói,Ainit>." 
30 tJ-driridinj; fé curge An fob-At -dguf At\ fAotj ,dn, Agu.f 

•oo rjeann fé ce^nn -dn gn^f-den-d óórii tom óóm ge-dt te 

ce-dnn -dn cinnc&dfid. 

Tlíon jtdo'óA'ó ax\ An ngn-áf-dein 66rh moó aj;uf t>o 

ge-AttAt) *óó. t)í fotuf an tde -dnn nu-din t>o gtdo'ó-d'ó 
35 din. &•£ cedóc Am-dó -df an te-drj-dit) t>6, t>o óonnaic fé 

ptdofs tom -dn cmncé\And, -Aguf tj! longnA'ó -din. At 

f3í iomdfc-A *oicnif -Ain cun pumn f iAf nuigce "oo *ó&dn Ath. 

Ce^p fé, T>dn n*o6, sujtdb Arhldró a t>í aw cmncéin m-dot 

nidrh. 
*o Cuin fé uime c6rh ciug djuf T>'fé\dT> fé é, dguf fiu*o 

óun fiut>^it é -An fo^o-An, -Aguf e-dgtd Ain t)Á béxvó fé 

1 n-dm cun dn Aon-drg. 

T)'éinig dn gni-dn. t)í ,dn rhAi*oe-dn rjfotAttdó. t)í 

fé -at; cun nd ftige t>e 50 géxxn. t^mig c-Anc din. 
45 t)udit cobdn bnedg píon-uifse uime An te-dt-c-doib -dn 



Sgutut'oe.ACc ati VeAfA. 17 

bóc-difl. Ónom fé 6un *ot$e ót. Conn-aic fé fs^t 
a 6mn f-An uif ge ! 

T)o téim fé 'n-A fe-AfAtn, Aguf ftti'o c-dn n-Aif 50 
ttlÁ§6nomcA é, -Aguf fu-df t)óc<dn tiA Sop, dj;uf ifce-aC 
fA C15 'n-an co'o-Ait fé. 5° 

" TU6 >oe4f ^n ob-dtn í feo ! " a^ f eif e-dn te p e-df 
dn cige. 

" Cdt) í dn ob-dtn ? " A\\fA ipe^ dn cige. 

" $e-dtt-díf 50 n^t-do'óf A mo6 dn dn n^ndf deift ! " 

" T)o §tdo*ódf 6óm mo6 d^uf , o r féd , odf 5tdo-ód6," 55 
df\f.d f e-A^ <dn cige. 

" tTU'fexVó," Affd'n fedn eite, " ní -df dt? ngnÁf^ei^ 
d $t^ot)^if a6 ^n ^n t)cmncéit\ ! " 



5— sgtiRAitteACu Ati teASxx. 

I. 

Oi , ó6e &dmn-A t)ob e-dt) í. t)í Sdffd bdtti£ce dt; Ati 
Liof. t)í Se-án ^n te-df-d fém f-d 6úinne 1 n--dice nd 
ceme <dj;uf a 6,dipín bne,dc -din, -djjuf a bnírce se^nf^ 
difl, aguf f^é-dt ptdndi'óe.d^c.d dige 'ó'd* mnfinc. tlí 
ndib -dn fgédt cnío6nuigce 50 *ocí 50 n.dib u^in -dn 
tnexvoon-oi > ó6e 50 m-dit -dnn. T)ub-dinc cum acu 50 
fuib fé ^5 x>éMAxr\ ^n buttte '6^05. 

Sgé-dt Ae^Aó •oo b' e-dt) ^n fgédt. tlí tuit> fptw 
ni púc-d tiá f-AttiAit 1 t^ 01 ^ 1 5 nÁ 1 n-u-digne-df, nA jidiO 



i8 SsunAiOeAóc au teAfA. 

o cAt>Af\t-A ifce^ó fA rsé^ *5 Se4n, i t)Cfe6, féA6, 
nuAin a bí An fgéAt cníotnuigte Aix;e, gun *>6i$ teac 
50 n^ 10 pApfu! A5«r 'OAoine m-Aite x\a h-éifeAnn 
bAiUJte Atnuit r A tior» ^5«r A 5 StuAife^óc ui6jif 
timteAtl An ci$e, Aj;ur tíor wr ^n creómjtA, Aguf txitt 

i5*r At>ur itir nA cúmníb ■oofltA. 

11 t)'f eAnn tiom 50 mbemn r* bAite," -d^f A T)0tfitiAtt 

ttlófi Agur b-A *óói$ teac 50 |Vaid cfeAWn 'n-A $t6ft 

u "Cá An bótAn céAtm-A a^ac Ab-Aite a dí -ajac aj 

ceAóc. 1r "oóó-a 50 bfuit r^ AHtl f6f," Aflf-A'n cAttt- 

<0 1Ú1f\. 

feAn "oo b' eA*6 An cAittiúif n-A fAib aoti £toc 
t)e n-A cor-aib Ain, -A6 *64 r^Aimpín beaj-A — flÁt\ mo 
2órhAntA I A6 ceÁ|voAi , 6e niAtt t)o b' e-At) é, -Ajur bí 
cuitteAm m6n Aige. t)í n-A tátn-A 50 mAit aij;e Aguf 

25 dí au béAt 50 mAit Aij;e. T)Á n-Aineó6t4 aj; cAmc é 
^S U T 5^n 1VA"6Anc a beit a^<ac Aijt, ba "661$ te*c gufl 
$Airsi"6eA6 é, Agur 5^1* be-Ag Aige a§ai , 6 t>o tabAinc 
Af Aon-At. tHot) r^ 1 scotíinuróe 'S^ tnAoróe<dtft n4 
cuinf eA*ó rPt 11,0 n^ pnc-A Aon e<Ax;LA Atn féin, Aguf nA 

30 561 ttf eA«6 fé a teitémí bett 1 n-Aon 6on Ann. 

" 1r t)66A," Anf-A 'Oóriin.Att ÍTlón, " 50 bfuit, ní 

nA6 longnAt). A6 ní ti-é At) c-Am a b! an u-Atn fin 

A^Am ac-A Anoif Aj-Am. X)Á mbeinn t-Afl An fottij; b-A 

óumA Uom." 

35 u CA cúnAm étgm eite An mumcin n-A ^otti^e 
•o'6A$mAif beit a^ fé-AtAmc At)' tHAit) — be^nnAtc 
T)6 te n-A n-AUAm I M Anr^'n cAittiúlft 



S5tindit>edót an ledfd. 19 

" ITUn '*> e*ó," anf a 'OóttitiAU tnón, " n<S bé^vo 
e-AS-At otu>fA gabAtt t-djt Ati nottts -AtlOtf." 

" Am' btttAtAjt n4 bé<dt>," anfd'n cátttiúin. 4° 

" xVnT bni-dt-dn ná cneit)f tnn é," -dnf-d *Oómn.dtt. 

" tlí f-dg-dnn f An n-á gun T^on é," -dnfd'n cáittiúin. 

" Ca*o 6 an c-dtnbe *ótnc oett -dj; c-dmc m-dn fm ? " 
dff-d *Oótnn<dtt. " Cá opof x>'-dotnne cé'cu tf fíon 
é nó nAc f íon ? " 45 

"TXA mbé-d'ó n-d cofd -dgAtn-f-d córh m-dtt -dguf 
dcitt) fiAt) -dgdc-fA, b-d $e«dttn An moitt onm -d 
t-difbe-Atnc gttn fíon é," -dffd'n cáittiútn. 

" t>ío*ó se-dtt," dnfd t)órhndtt, " x>Á mbé<dt> nA 
cofd -djdc, n-A bé-dt> -dn ó-dtnc cóm *oAn^ -dgAc." 5° 

" Cd'o é -dn e-d^td t>é#ó onm ? " -dnf-d'n cAttUúin 
" ÍUc t -dn noitis CéA'onA t f-dn oit>ce nó f a U ? " 



5.— sstm^vOeAóu Ati te>ASA. 
II. 

" tteófdt)-fd "ó-dotb adT> a t>é\dnf 'avó f ib," dnr * 
fean an caipín bnic. " t>ein-re teac -dn c-dittiúin, d 
TiótnnAitt, xxgtif f<*j> 1 jcúinne n-d notttse 'n-a -donan 6, 
dsttf f-dn-dt) fé -dnn a$ fe,dt> u-dtne An ÓU115. Anfdn 
féd*op4in t>ut -dgtif 6 t-dbdinc teac AbAite, dgtif caif- 



20 S£UpA1'ÓeAÓC Afl leAfA. 

beAnpáró f^n juri fíon nA fuit -Aon e^gtA Ai^e |\oim 
rpjiit) nA noim púc-A. 

14 T)4f V } a*ó ! , oé.Anf.A , o, ,, -Aff-A *06rhn-Att. 
t)o tuic An U15 -Att ^n tAj; 45 An T)cáittitiin, .A6 nl 
io f é^vopvó fé c-AfljVAns fi<Af\ -Aguf a jVAib *oe 6,Ainc 
•oéAncA -Aige. 

" Oim f-áfCA," -Afi feife^n. - ^ 

t)í fúit -Aige, -árh, 50 mb' f?éit)iri ná teojf -a*6 e-AgtA 
•oo *OórhnAtt -An be<Af\c x>o 'óé.An-Am. Aguf ní teogf-At), 
15 -a6 50 n*oub.Ainc fé.teif fém 50 mbé<A*6 ^n 6uit>e-A6c-A 
Ai^e -An f-Am a X)ésó an cáittiúin Afl a rhuin Aige, Aguf 
-Anf^n 50 bfé-A'opvó fé nuit t-Aft n--Aif. t)-A rhón -An 
f-áf-Arh teif, t>'á éAgm-Aif fin, ^n c-.An.Aite t-Ab-Ainc 'oo'n 
c^ittiúi|\ r>e b^fn & 6ot/ cAince. 
20 " Seo ! " -ArtfA t)6rhn-Att lTI6n. " t)u.Aitit> óugAm 
Anfo -Att mo rntnn -An fe^|\ bo6c." 
A^uf 6uif\eA*oAn Att -a rhtnn é. 



An f ai*o -a bí An fstir\Ai»óe-A6c -Aguf An fgé-At fi-An- 
Ai*óeA6cA Agtif snó -An cáittiún.A -An fiubat Ag -An tiof, 
25 bí ^nó eite <aj\ fiub-At f<A noitis. 

tjí beinc bite.Arhn,A6, At-Ain -Aguf a rh-Ac, 'n-A gcárh- 
nuige fA 66rh-Arif-An-A6c. áoc^ftnge^'olArt ^n oit>6e 
fm 50 'ociocf-Ai'oíf -Ajuf 50 ngoi'ofi'oíf CAoriA 6 SeAn 
-An teAfA fém. 
30 riuAif bí Am ifiAinb n-A n-oi*66e -acu, *oo gtu.Aife.A'OAri. 
111 |Váib f *oAn teó, Aic U-a tugA bAog-dt *o6ib 6un an 



SsunAroe-Acc An Le^fA. 21 

ÓnoiCUin *00 b-AUIC IDe'tl C<AOinig, ná -AU Cfiltine CéAtm-A 

iáX) f-A noitig, coifg -An *onoc--Amm a beic -An -An áic. 

" Imcig-fe/'Anf-A'n feAn-*oume, " ó'f a^-ac -Ac-á 
An óige, -Agtif c.Ab,Ain te-AC an c-Aon,A, -Aguf jVAgA*o-f a 35 
50 ctimne n-A noitige, Aj;uf oéAX> Ann nóriiAC." 

T) , imtig -An fe-Att 05 fé •óém ua OAonAó, -A^uf 
•o'imctg an fe-An-t)ume -Aguf x>o tuig fé fA bfoicm 
1 ^cúmne n,A noitige, -Aguf b-A geann gun cutc 
mío^Ann-Aó coT)Lac,a -Ain. 4° 

t)-A ge-Ann x;un -Ainig fé nut) éi^m *oo *ótiifig é. 
> , Aifig fé -An *oume -A5 ccacc Aj;uf é 45 féit)eA , o, fé 
m-An oé-At) u-aLac ^if. Ce^p fé, *o,An n*oó, ^un b'é fe^n 
n-A c-Aon-Aó a bí Ann. ílí íi-é fe^n x\& CAonAó a bí Atin, 
Ám, «ac *Oómn,Att ttlón -Aguf -An cáittiúin -An a muin 45 
Atge. 



5— sgtiTUM'óeAóc Ati teASA. 
III. 

t£mi5 *Oómn^tt 50 f-ALLA ti-A noiti^e tAfmtnó, 
Agtif cuin fé <An cáiLLitiin *n-<A furóe -An -An bfAtLA. 
Anf-An t>o nug fé fé'n vá ofguiL -Ain, A^uf bí fé 'g-á 
teo^-Amc u-Ait) fíof *oe •onurni -An f-ALLA irce<Aó fA 
cúmne. te n-«A tmn fm, *oo fín -An fe.An cíof .a t oÁ 
Láirh 1 n-,Áin > oe -Aguf *oo nu$ fé 'n-a bac-ALAmn an ^n 

U-ALAÓ. 



2* SgufAi'óeAcc át\ leAfA. 

" An bf uit fé méic ? " aj\ feire-An. 
flí cúif^e , o , -Aif\i$ T)órhnAtt An focAt 'ná fSAoit 
it> fé uAit> An c-áittiúin -Ajuf nic fé An f ato <a oí fé 'n~-A 
cofAio. t)A nó geAnn $un fsiúfvo fé An *ootuif ifceAó 
cun mumcine An teAfA Aníf, -Aguf ní cúifge oí fé 
Uvifcig *oe "óonuf 'n-á tuic fé i tAige. t)íoT>An at; 
CAiteAtn uif^e Ain, Aguf aj; stAotmc Aijt A5Uf fé 
15 t)eife tAimj; fé cuige féin, Aj;uf if é céAT) £oc-At a 
cáinij; Af 'nA " ó ! An rpnro ! ó I ax\ fptm> I" 
JeAttAtm "ouic 50 nAib fgeón toncA. 
11 Cán fAgdif An c4ttttúin?" A^f^ feAf -An óAtpín 
onic. 
^o "ó teoj; "oom f ém I " Aflf-A T)ótnn-Att. " T)o 
fgiob fí téi Af mo tátíiAib é." 



fluAin a óonnAic An biteArhnAó a b! 1 gcúinne na 

noiti^e nác CAon-A t>o teosA'ó AnuAf cutj;e aó T>uine, 

^eAttAim t)uic ^un bAtneAt) geic Af. T)o cAit fé uaró 

25 Af An "ocAtAm au cáitttútn, Aj;uf T)o nit fé teif féin 

^An fOCAt t>o tAbAinc. 

t>A mó An geic *oo bAtneA'ó Af An T>cAittitiitt 'nÁ 

Af Aoinne acu, nuAin a bf gfieim aj; T)6iíinAtt tTlón 

tuAf Ain A^uf 5feim aj; au fpnro tiof -Atp, Aguf ^un 

3° f^AoiteA-ó fíof é. Ac nuAif a f^j;At> 1 n-A Aonan é, 

níon nó f at)a 50 T)c4inij; fé cui^e fém. 

x\n bAtt t>o bí feAn n-A cAotuc aj; ceacc. T) , aif\iS 
An c<dittiúin A5 ceAóc é, aC ní ftAib btúine coinne Áije 



Sg'UitAi'óeAóc Ati teAfA. 23 

n^ sunb" é T)órhndtt mótx d bí -A5 ce-dóc '$4 lAfifidi*), 
fé m<dfi t>o ge-dttd'ó t)ó. 35 

t)f fé •oíne-dc 'g-á cuirhne-drh 1 n--d -digne, x>'& rhéit) 
m-doit)e-drh 4 "óem fé ni-drh -df -d ne-drh-e^t-d fioim 
púc-díb, nAn mifoe "óó m-doróe-drh níof mó a t>é<dn<drh 
fe-dfo-d, -d^uf é c-dn éif cúpt-d uai|\ -dn ÓU115 *oo c-dit- 
e^m Anfú*o, fdn 4ic -dettdó ú*o, — nu-din *oo LdbxMfi -dn 40 
•oume tu-df : 

" x\n bfuitin -dnf ^n ? " -df feifean, 1 scos-dn. 

" Uáim," -drif-d'n cáittiúin 1 scos-dfi eite. " Cáx> & 
cime4*o tu ? " 

" 11! t&át)f Atnn bneit Ain," dfif-d'n f e«dn tu-df. 45 

" tlí fé#o?Á bneit Ain ! " -dnf-d'n cáittiuin. " Cat> 
é dn óAinc fin onc mdn fm ? C<dT) é m-dfi gnó *óuic 
mé f-á^itc .dnfo -dn fe^vo ceitne ti-u-dine 'ótuig, -d'm 
te-dt^t) te f u-dcc n-d h-oroce ? " 

"Ceitne n-u-dine 'ótuig ! tlí't X>Á u-din -dn cUiij; ó 50 
^5-dm^ifi -dn bAtte. Seo — beifi -din feo u-dim -dguf 
teog T>om fém." 

te n-4 ttnn fin, x>o fg-Aott fé u-di*ó fíof An c-don-d 
tíi-dnb. turc An óAOfvd an -dn T)cAittiúin. T)o bétc 
an cÁittiuifi. 53 

" ó ! " -dn f etf e^n, " cax> é &n nuT> é f m ? " 

ílu-difi t)'eifii$ ^ut An cáittiún.d, •o'-ditm an fe-dn 
tu-df é, -dj;uf má "ó'-ditm, t)o cuifi fé an c-dtdrn T>é, 
Aguf T>pÁs fé ^nf-dn íax> roin c-dorid -dguf cáittiúin. 



*4 

8— S5tínAit)eACu Ati teASA. 

IV. 

ttuAin a £>í T)ómnAtt tTlón c,An éif -An f^Annn-A rhóin 
■oo 6un *oe, *oo t>Aiti§ f&An -An óAipín £>nic Cjtuitine-áf 
An r^éit u<Ait> 1 n*oi4it) .a 6éite. T^éinig fé 'n-A fuit>e 
A^uf 6uin fé a 6óc<A-món uime -A^uf x> , -Aimfi$ fé -a 

5 E><ACA. 

" Cá na$Ain ? " -Anf-A T>ómnAtt ttlón. 

tlíon tug fé -Aon frne^n^ -Ain, 46 bu-ALAt> an *oonuf 
Am-Aó. 

pneAb T)órhn-Att 'n-A fui*óe ^uf *oo te-An fé é. T)o 
io te-Anxvoán 50 téin é. Cug fé -Ag-Ait) ^n -An noitij;. T)o 
te-An-d'o-dn é. tlu-Ain -a tánxVOAn 50 *ocí -An cúmne, 
•o'-Ainigexvo-An an *ouine tíof -Aguf é -aj; cne-A*o-Aig. T)o 
téim Seán fíof. An 6-Aon-A rn-Antt án ó&vo nít) gun 
6uin fé lÁift ain. C05 fé -An 6-AofVA. 
15 " Cé h-é f eo anfo ^Am ? " ^n f eif e-An teif ax\ c-é 
-a t>'-Aini£ fé «Ag cne-A*o<Aig. 

" tTlife ! " -Anf-A'n cáittiúin. 

" Cé ti-é tufA ? " anfA SeAn, ^5 oneit -Af ttoi^e-Ann 
Ain. 
20 " T)i-Anmuro ó Coitt," -Aff -a'n cáittitiin. 

" Cé h-é An T)i-Afmui*o ó Coitt? " AffA Seán. 

" Th-Anmuro Ri-Arj.A6, if *oó ! — ó'f é if fe-Anjt & 
tuisfin." 

" Ainiú, 5ne-AT)At) 6u£ac, An cú An cáittiúin?" 
25 Anf-A SeAn. 



Ru'u éi^m An ^n ^C-ApAlU ^5 

" ó, if mé ceana, tnaife, Aj;uf if t>óca 50 bfuit 
oeifte tiom Anoir, mujVAb tonann A*f niAtfi," an feirean. 

U ^5 u f cé Lei T At1 caojva manb fo, nó cax> & tuj; Atifo 
i ? " .dnf-d Seán. 

" tlí't Aon pioc "o'^ tu^inif5 -Ag^m, só j;un cait *oume 30 
éi^m ^nuAf ontn í, -a^uf 50 bfuitim bAf^Aite múcc-A 
aici," -Anf-d'n cáittiúin. 

tóg Sein at\ cáittiúin an a bACALainn teir. C05 
beinc éigm eite -acu &r\ caonA tfiAnb, -A^uf gtuAife^*o-An 
óuti cige an te^f^. ttuAin a tÁr\AT>A\\ irce-ac ^S u f35 
"óeme^voAn fotuf, *oo connaic Sein 50 mba teif fém 
An c-aoiva, A^uf if é xVoubAinc fé 'ná, 

u Oroce fú^AC, mAi'oe-An bnón-Aó, 
& $e^ffAm *oumn, if otc t)o $nó-fA." 



6— ntiT) 6i5in ar &x\ gc^p^U. 

I. 

Ar\ Se^n ua n-1-anLAite út) a conn-Aic ^n " rpnro 
rhuice 1 bfuinm buímpéife rcoc-d," bí cúige-An ■ontt.án 
aige, ^guf fij\ móf-A Láit)ne Ab exvó ixvo 50 tétn. t)í 
oéinroe-Acc .acu -An feinm t-Aitirh -a bí <An.A ■óe-AOAin a 
fAotnú. X)Á bféx\óf^ u-aic -An -An bfeinm <A$uf 5-An 
c<Aiti$e beit -a^-ac an 4 teitém, t)o bu-Aitfí ifce^ó óx>' 



26 ttuT) 615111 a\\ An ^CApAtt. 

Ai^tie nAn r/féirjin t/Aoinne Aon cfAotnú •óéAiiAtft 
innti, nA Aon cfAgAf foóAin a t>Amc Aifd. tlí nAifc 
fí cóth h-otc An f at>, ArhtAó, At;uf da t>óic teAc An ah 

ro ^céxvo AtfiAnc a t>í fí. tlí feicfeA uaic ac ah uaU 
CAttttAisneAóA, A^uf ia*o, t)A *óóic teAc, 'n-A scfUACAitt 
aj\ mum a céite, Aguf iat> 50 cnuAit) A^uf 50 tom 
^S^f 50 mí-cotnomAó, -A^uf g^n Aon nu*o 1 t>fuinm 
5tAff\A te feifgmc ontA x\A eACAtttA. /O'fiAfnóctA 

15 "óíoc fém, " Cao é An mí-A*ó fé n*oeAttA "o'Aon Cníof- 
T>Ait>e niArh T)ut óun córhnuigte 1 n-A teitém *oe ttAf- 
gAtUm Á1Ce, A£Uf CAt>A1ttC f é ÓÍOf »00 *óíot Af ? " 

T)a *ocui5tÁ gnó nA ti-éineAnn te cúptA céAt) 
btiAt>An, Aguf An con a t>f a\\ $Ae*ótAir3 éin eAnn 1 ^CAit- 

to eArh An óúptA céA*o t>tiA*óAn f An, t>éAt> f neAt;Ainc t>o 
óeifce at;ac féin. X)éA*ó fiof a^ac cat) é ah nuASAtt 
a cu^At) Af $Ae*ótAit) Af t\A CAtmAincit) míne néróe, 
A^uf conuf Ab éigeAn *oóit> AgAit> a tAX)^\yc Att n4 

ftélt)Clt> A^Uf Att nA CAttttAl^tteAÓAirj, A^Uf toeAtA AgUf 

25 cíof a t)Amc AfCA, nó t)Af "o'fAgAit. 

Smé An mí-Át) fé nt)eAttA *o*AtAin ÓeAin uí lAntAit<* 
An T>éittit>eA6c tit) »00 tó^Ainc AmeAfg íia SCAnnAix;- 
neAó út>, Aguf CAfAt) te X>eAt& A^uf cíof t>o t>Ainc 
Af An aic. 



2 7 

6— nux) 615111 Att ati scApAtt. 
II. 

tlu-Ain a |\ Agfá ifce-Aó -Ame-Afg n-d scdnfvAisne-Ac -Astif 
fiubtóct-á eac-Afit-A, cífá ná jvai£> -An Aic córh n-otc 
Af. fxvo -Aguf •o'fé.Aó fé "óuic nuAift r\Á f-Ab-Aif ac 45 
ipéAó-Ainc u-aic -Ain. Cífá fé-Af\ m-Ait, bíot) £Uf\ b'fé-An * 
t&Anb é, A£ fáf mf n-d fp^f-dn-Aib mif na CAnn-Aisne-Aó- 5 
<>Aib ifcig. Cífá, teif, -dnfo -Aguf Anfú^o, roin na 
< cAtttVAigfie-Ac-Aib mófVA, fpáfAn-A <a bí cuíbfAó te-At-An, 
córh te<dtAn -Aguf 50 bféá'Of-Aí cúitíní bea^A ptváCAí 
T)o cun Ag fáf ioncd. S^n a *oc-ámi5 -An *oub a\\ na 
PjUcaí tugxvó n-A cúitíní fm conAt) mdit u-aú-a 1 *ocf\eó 10 
55Uft b'fiú 14*0 -a bfdócl x>'á n*otidg. 

T)o caitcí, -ámt-Ac, 14*0 "oo f-Aotnú te ob-Ain tám An 
f-At). Tlíott b'féi*oin Aon nít) 1 bfuinm cé^óc^ *oo cun 
cun oibne ionc.A. T)o OAitcí ^n 5fvAf-An •o'iminc ont-A 
aA|i *ocúif ; -Anf-An i-a*o t>o nórh-An Am-Aó teif an nárh-Ainn, 13 
Agtif n-A ctoca t>o £ioaAt) -Afc-A teif -An tánfi ; -AnfAn 
00 OAitcf -Aoite-Aó •oo t^fn-Ang te cife-án-Aib, ó'n "ocig, 
A£uf aí\ c-Aoite-Aó f-An *oo te-At-At) onta man te-Afú. 
TU t)Aoine -A c-Aite-At) -An te^fú f-An *oo t-Ab-Ainc an -a 
v ntiin teó ó'n *oci$. X)Á mb-A r\Á cunfAí ^n te^jvfl ont-A 20 
if bé-A*o Aon rhAit «jf-A n-obAin. tlí fáff-At) -Aon nut> 
W Atl 5 C ^ mun.A ^ctificí -An te-Afu tiif\ti. 1 

t)\ an obAin f m ' oian 50 m-Ait -aa At^itt 6eÁm u\ J^er^-m 
AfitAite 50 "ocí 5tin eifiig -a ót-Ann fti-Af ótiige. t)í an 
*^éAt m4it 50 teóp AnfAn Aige. X>\ feije^ niAcaj 



28 ttut) éi$iti an At) ^CApAtU 

A1 S e A 5 u f 1A *o 50 téin 50 te<At-An Lávoin, 50 m-Ait ótiti 
5-aó Aon cf-AgAf oibne. tHo^ó 50 nAib SeÁn p^f be.A5 
fímpti'óe bí fé 50 mAit cun n^ ti-oibne. tlíon £^54- 
•o^ an ctimne b-A tug-A, it>in n-A oAnn-Aisne-Aó-Aib, ^ax\ 

30 bnif e-A*ó -Ax;uf f-Aotnn, -Aguf a be-A^ nó -a món *oe t-Ainbe 
b-Ainc -Af. Ac níon *óemexvo.An Aon úfÁm •o'^on nut} 
1 bfuinm OAp^itt. 

t)í mófUn poncaig f-A bfeinm. t)-Amroíf móm 

i an -An bponc-Aó -A^uf tjviomuig'oíf í fA cf4tfifiA > o. An 

35 a mum, árht-Aó, if e-Afj tug-Amíf -AbAite ó'n bponc-Aó 
!. tlí m-Ait a 'ó'fé-A'ofAt) cAp-Att *out ifce,Aó 1 n--Aoti 
óon An -An bponc-Aó. t)í -An Aic nó bog, nó fttuó. 

t)í mórián poncaig fA corh.Anf-An.Acc, tetf, mófl- 
ttmce-Att. tHot) 5-át) te móm f-A cffUit), -Aguf bío'ó 

40 cum *oef ha córh-Anf-An a^ bneit món-A ifce-Aó f-A 
cffvAro ^Stif '&a* *oíot, -Agtif nti-Ain -a t-AS-At) -An 
Aimfin fuan bío'ó fí *o.Aon 50 matt -Aguf $eibcí 
5e-AnnA-óut*o -Aingit) uintt. 



6— tltlt) 615111 AK Atl gCApAtt. 

III. 

X>o turg mumctn UnLAite gun rfeón &n cnti-A$ •óóib 

fém, ó bí An ponc-Aó córh mxMt -acu, A^uf córh f-Ain- 

f m 5> 5 An nomnc rhón-A *oo b-Ainc «A^uf *oo tniomú 

A^uf t>o bneit teo irce*\c f-A cfrtáiT), -A^uf pingmf 

5 beA^A Ain^it) a beit acu -Aifct Anoif A'f Aníf. THo# 






Uut) éigm an Ati gC-ApAtu 2£ 

ó'aon cniobtóit) An ttióm a bamc «Aguf *oo tniomii. 
Ac bí cniobtóiT) f-A f£é<At 'n-A "ói-Ait) f,An, cniobtói*p 
nán b'fuinifce "oo teiJeAf. Conuf a bé-Anf-Aí ^n móm 
ifceAó fA cffÁi'o -A^uf 5-An ^on c-Ap-Att acu ? x\u 
móf An rhóm ,a c-Aicpí a *óíot f-Af* -a' mbé^vo oine^vo 10 
41^51*0 *oéAnc,A *oí acu -A^uf ce-Annóc-At) -An OAp,Att ? 
X)Á ^ceAnnuigcí -An CAp-Att ^n cáifvoe, c-At-Am a bé-At) 
oíotc-A -Af ? X)Á bp-Ag-At) -au c.Ap.Att bÁf f Af -a mbé-At) 
oíotcA -Af, ca*0 a t)é,Anp<Ai , oíf -Anf-An ? 

tHo*o.An ^5 cun 'f A5_cúice,Arn -Af au ^cum^ f-An Af 15 
peA*o -AbpA/o. pé "óeine foc-AnuigexvoAn -Af -au gc-Ap-Att 
00 ce-Ann-Aó. pu-An.A'o-An nomnc *oe'n -AingeAT) an 1-Af- 
acc, -Aguf fu-An^vo-An cui*o *oe ó ce-Annui*oe ime 1 
^Conc^ig. ^O'imtig Án pe-An b^ fme acu 50 ti-Aon-AC 
ia bí 1 tnÁgónomt^ cun ^n c-Ap-Aitt a ceAnn.AC. 20 

tlíon mnfe^'o^n t>'á n-.AtAin, "oo'n cfe<An-T)uine, Aon 
btúine 'oe'n obain -a bí -An fiub-At -acu. t)í e-Ag-At ont-d 
rtá teogp At) fé *óóib An CAp-Att -a ce-Ann-AC. 

tHo*o<An 50 téin f-A bAite td an Aonaig, -ac <au f e-An 
b-A fme, -A^uf if an Óigm fé-A'o.Ai'oíf -Aon btúine 5nót<A25 
r\Á oibne t)éAn-Am, -ac i-a*o .a^ cuirhneArh an -au bfe-An 4 
bí an An -aou-ac, -Aguf An conuf -a "o'eineócxvo teif, -Aguf 
An an 5c.Ap.Att -a bí te ccacc -Ab.Aite cuca. Cótfi tu.At 
A^uf bí pumn 1 n-aon óon "oe'ti td OAitce, ní féAX>- 
Ai*oíf fCAT) -ac 45 féAó-dmc -ánonn An t>ótA^ n-A tléi'óe 30 
péAóAmc -a' bfeicfmíf ^5 ce^óc é. t)í ^n cfiátnónA 
Ann -A^uf nl n^ib fé c-AS-Aite. t)í beinc nó cniún -acu 
cuAf -An CAnnAi5 nA 5Ce-Anttb,Aó -A^uf iax> -a^ fAi|>^ 



30 Aut> 615111 *p An gC-Ap-dtU 

Ationn. t-ámi5 <dn T>oince<dcc Agtif níon t-Amis <dn 

35 capdtt, ná ^n f e<dn -a bl ctw <dn cap-ditt a tab-dinc teif. 
Cán-dTMn ifceac. tlíon ite^voAn. <don Cfutp&dn; ti1 
féAT>p-diT)1f é. Cnom-dTMn an focAnú gun ce-dnc •oo 
beinc -dcu T>ut 1 5commo ai\ T>nitán. San a n-dtb 
foc-Aif acu An cé fugAt), bu-dit fé féin aguf ax\ c-dp-dtt 

40CV1Ó-A -dn ctóf tfce-dó. 

t)AitigeA > o-df 50 téin 'n-A ctmce-dtt, -dguf ct\om-dT)-dn 
An é ceifciú. *0'mnif fé *oóib cé uavo n-an ce-dnnurg 
fé é ; At\ mó|\ a t«5 fé -difl ; -dguf m-dn f m. t)í -dn 
feAn-t)tiine imtrgte a coT>td*ó. Óoc-dnuige-dTXdn an 

45 5-dn -don nuT> a •o'mnfinc t>6 50 T>cí 50 bpetcf e-d'ó fé 
An c-dp-dtt -dn mAi*om .dmáine-dc a bl 6ugdinn. 111 jVdtb 
fcábtd acu, nít) nán b'iongnAt). Cuine^vo-dn -dn cdpdtt 
ifce-dó f 4 cnó man a mblot) n-d t>A. X)o t-ánt-d 50 nAib 
nA b-d Amtiió fA cti-dn An u-dtn fin. t)o fuit)eAT)<dn 50 

50 téin 6un bít> Anfan. t)1oT).dn aj; odtnc -dgtif -dg ite. 
t)1 cn1 nó ce-dt-din •oe ónti-dó-dib bne-dgta món-d an -dn 
bponc acu. ttéanp-droíf ti-dtAó T>e'n trióin fin 50 
tTUg6nomt<d 5-dó Aon U, aguf geobAfolf fé fsittinge 
bána An 5A6 Aon ti^Udó t>i, bí f1 6órn bneag 6órii cinm 

55 fm. t-db-dt\f-diT)íf mátdí món-d mme coince -dbaite 
teó ^n An -difgeAT) a geóbavoíf an «dn móin, -dguf béxvó 
pnAife-dó bne-dg bnot-dttdt fotám acti 1 gcóin ah 
e-dnnAig, Agtif mm--d'f-b-dinne f-d cf-drhn-dt) ntiAin 4 
bé^vo -dn bAinne f-drh-dn ann. (tlí f-dtb -don rtitn btifóe 

60 f & cfdog-dt an tiAin ftn.) ílíon b'ftof cat> iat> n^ 
w^itedf-dí d bdmf 1 -df <dn jc^o-dtt f An 1 






3i 
•„— ntJt) 615111 &n ah scapaíU 

X\\*a\\< Á M Án fuipéAf itce t>o fteArh'nuig "oume y 
icu -dm-dó gó t>f-d&d*ó fé L&n <a f tit ^jtíf •oe'n CApAlxJu^^e^í 
/^df -d fAgAt) fé a óo*otdt>. t)í fé cdm-dtt m-dit 5-dD 
cedóc ifcedó. £é "óeife Wmig fé ifce-dó, -dguf é 45 
péaó-Ainc ana g^uAm-d. t)í longnxvó a\í <dn 5CUV0 5 
eite ca*o pé n*oe-Af-d ttó beit -dg féaóAmc óórii 

" O e-ds-dt ottm," -df feifedn 1 'scqjifl, " 5° &puit 
jtuT) éigm djt -dn sc-dpatt." T)o Ldt>,ditt fé 1 scogd^ 
f^tt -d n , oúifeóód , ó fé -dn fe<dn-*ouine. 10 

" Cat) -d Oé-dt) -dit\?" «djtf-d T>ume. 

" éifc T>o t>é-dt I M dttf-d "oume eite. < A , 

^^"íll't ciAtt n-á cuifgmc -dgac I" .dttfd'n fe-dfl -d 01 <jnÍH 
c-df éif -dn ó-dp-ditt a óe-dnn-dó. 

T>0 t-dbfA'O-dtA 50 télfl 1 SCOSAfl, AÓ T)0 flte-dT>-df s° x 5 

téif -dm-dó 50 T>cí An cfló. 'O'f-dnA'OAf c-dm-dtt m-dit 
f-d ófó -dj; féaó-dmc <df -dn gc-dp-dtt -dguf -dg cog-dtt- 
n-dig. táinig beittc «dcti -dguf tug-dUdf c<dm-dtt, "oume 
dcu -djt s-dó c-dofc »oé, '&á óimitc te fópait) cuige 50 
•ocí 50 tva i & -dttuf ottt-d. Anf^n T)o fCxVO-dTMt* -dtt2o 
f e-dt) c-dm^itt eite -dg f é-dó-dmc A1|\ -dguf -dg cosdmiAig. 
" CA fé óóm mdit -dg beifc A5-dinn, M .djtfd *ouine 
dcu, " ttuit foitt -dg cfinvtt -df Óeán 'Oonnó-dt), -dguf 
d tt^t) teif ce-dóc -dguf fé-dó-dmc Aif, 45Uf a tnnftnc 
■oúmn cax) zá ditt ZA f ut> éigm -di^ •$An don •OAbc." 25 



-&^H> (lo^ié 



32 Tlut) ergin *f an 5C-Ap.AU. 

M HA T>é,Anf At> fé An gnó t>ut foi|\ 50 moó *p 
mAit>m ? M .AnfA t>ume eite. M t)eit> Seán T)onnóAt 
aa buite mA cuftc-Aft <Af -a teab-Ait) é um ah *duaca fo 
t>'oróóe. M <*■/ ^ ^J-^ '"^ y 

50 M tVfémif ^ujt mAfltt a t>é<At) An c<Ap-Att Af m<Ait>m ! M 
AffA t)ume eite. M íUg-AT>-f-A foif» -Anoif tr\Á t-Ag-Anr 
Aomne -at;aid 1 n--Aonfe<Aóc tiom." 

T)0 gtUAIf CflUf acu. 

S|\oife-At)-A^ cig SeAm *OonnóAt>. t)uAite-At>-At\ An 
35 t>of»uf. tVéige-An t>6it> -An t>ottuf «a fcuAtAt) ct\1 
n-uAit\e f^ti Afl ffteAjjjiAt) iAt). 

M Cé ti-é fin -Amuió ? M ^tifA Se-án, ó'n fúf-A. 
t)'mnfe-At)-Ati t>6 cé 'f t> , iA , o, -A^uf oa*o -a tM u-aC-a. 
" CeAnnuige-Af-fA cap-Att a^ An -Aonaó mt)iu, ^uf 
40 cA c-Aom éigm bf eóice-Aóc-A -Aif. 6inig, -a ée-ám, -Aguf 
c-Af tmn 50 ttfeicift é -Aguf 50 n-mnfi^ t)úmn OAt> c4 
Aif, A^uf cxvo if ce^t\c 4 t)éAn-Aifi t)ó. tTU gett>e<Ann 
fé txáf onAinn c^imít) CfeAóca -Amuió 'f -Am-Aó. 6ifiig, 
a Se-ám, Af f on T)é, Aguf c-Af 50 t>f eicif* é ! M 
45 " C-á bf iof t)-Aoit> an t)f uit -Aon twt) <Aif» ? M ^flf a 
SeAn. 

M ó, C4, M Af f1-At)-f-An, " A^Uf 5A6 -A011 fUt) A<fi. 

ttuAin a tu^Am-Aif fé n*oe-Af-A -An cemne-Af Aif CAmis 
t)ume Agáinn aa £Aó c-Aot> t)é -Aguf tnom-Aif 'A óimitc 
50 50 t>ci 50 fAit> fnut-AnA -Attuif tinn, A^uf níon fé&oA 
mAit\ Aon cAintte t)é>AnAiti t>6. 6ifig, -a Se-áin, te 
n-AnmAn c'aúaa, Aguf c-Af* tinn 50 ttféAó-Aif Aifl I M 



33 



6— ntm Cigin An ati scApxat. 
V. 

£)i Se-án -A35 einige Ajjuf 45 cun uime Agtif -dg ceifc- 
móin 1 n -AOTipe^óc. r ^ 

M C<vo i-at> na córii-Ant-Af' cemnif &z& Aige 'A t-Aif- 
beáinc?" -An feifean. " An t>fuit fé -A5 rpeatufot? 
Ar\ riít)íonn fé 45 tuige 'f 45 einige ? Aw mt)íonn « 
fé -A5 f é-Aó-Amc f tAn <Ain f ém ? " 

M Sin é acá '-án m-Ant>ú, -a &eAm" -An fixvo. M ttf 
óuineAnn fé -Aon 6on i n-<Aon 6on x>é, otc mait ni 
•oon-Aitte, -aó é Anfút) 'n-A 6oit5-fe-Af,Afh -A^uf 5un -An 
éigm 4 ú-AtiAnf-d fé nx>e-An-A -a -Anát -Aige *o'á t-Ann-Ans." n^" 

T>o fCA*o SeAn a'f •o'féAó fé ont-A. £)f bnóg teif 
cujvtA uime -Aige, -A5Uf -An t>nó5 eite 'n-A tAníi -A15C 

u Ainiú," -An feife-An, " ní fé^of -At> -Aon 6-ApAtt 
re-Af-Arii 6órh foc-Ain fm x>á mbéAt> cemne-Af Ain I C-á 
fc'fiof *o-aoi& an t>fuit Aon nu*o A|\ -An gc-Ap-Att? M 15 

" 1f mife tug fé n*oe<A|VA an *ocúif an cemne-Af a 
t>eit Ain, ,f -Anf-A *ouine -acu, m -Aguf zá an córii-Ant-A if 
feann -An *oorh<An -Ag-Am an an x>cemne-Af a t>eit Ain. 
U-á cní ti-u-Aine 'ttuig nó ceitne n-uAine '6tui5 ó cuin- 
eAó ifce^6 f^ 6\^ó é, -Aguf 1 5CAite.Arii -An méix> fin 20 
Aimfine níon 605-Am fé a 6íne ! " v , 

T)o 6-Ait Seán uait) «An t>nój;, -Aguf *oo tuic fé fian 
f-A 6-At-Aoin Aguf é -A5 *out 1 t-Aige te neanc 5^iní. t)o 
$Ain f é 6órii ti-.án'o f-An gun 6uin fé e-ASAV ontA. fhe^r 



34 Hu j o éijm a$ an scdpatt. 

2S A"OAn JJUfl A£ imte-AÓC -Af A meAt>-A1f -A tM fé. ÓU1f\ fé 

cun LAt>AntA cúpLA u-Ain, -ac *oo teip -Alfl. Córh tU-At 

A£Uf t>05At> fé A t>é<At CUn LAbAftA, 1f tltfg $^1tAÍ A 

tA5-<vó ax 1 n-mexvo -Aon fooAit CAince. t>ío*o-Att-fAn 

Ag fé-Aó-Ainc Ain aguf -a mbéit -aa te-At-A'ó, Aguf nÁ 
30 f e-At)f At)^tt cax> t)<A m-Ait *óói& -a ttá*ó ná -a tfieAf. £6 

•óeine tug fé fé n*oe.AtVA -An fgeón tonca, ajuf t>o 

LAt>-Ain fé teó. &J' 

11 1mti§ró AtUtte, -a &u.Ac.Aittí," -Afl feife-An, " -Aguf 

tofot) ci-Att A5A1&. tlí't -Aon nuT) -An Ari SC-Apatt. ™ 
35 f eicf i"ó f it> oAp-Att -aj; cos-Amc -a cíne 50 t>cí 50 t>f eic- 

f 1*0 f \X> muc -aj; co5«Amc a cítte." 

t-án-A'O-Att At>-Alte, -Agtlf CUxVO-Att -A COT)LA , 0. 

T)'eifli§ -An fe-An-t>uwe 50 moó a\< m-Arom. t)f 
Seán, -An fe-A^t & óonn-Aic ax\ fpni'o, 'n-A furóe córh 

40 moó teif -An fe<An-*ouine. T)*innif fé t>o'n Cfe-An- 
•oume cúttfAÍ ax\ ó^p-Aitt, conuf m-An -a ce-Ann-Ai$eA , ti 
é Af aon-Ac irugóflomt-A -AgUf CAT> *Otlt)A1ttC SeÁtx 
'Oonnc-A'ó. 

" XV gAtn-Am," -Attf -a'íi f e-An- , ouine, " x>Á mb'-átt teó 

45 An fgé-At a ■ó'mnfinc •oóm-f a *oo neóff-Amn x>6\t>, 
cóm mAit -A^uf t/féxvof^vó Se-án T)onnc-A , ó é t>'mn- 
finc t>óit>, n^f 005-Ain ca»aU -a <Mne niAtfi." 



35 

7—SeÁTi UA 5tt10t)tA. 

I. 

1 ^Conc-Ae Conc<Aige, ctmce-Att te-At-ftige roif* 
tíUinifcin £eAnmt»£e -Agtif t)-Aite lílifc&At-A, c-á Mz 
An a "ocusc-An CAtAin tDntnnne. Af\ fe-An<A cnocán, 
ac^ cimce-Att pice péinfe nó man fin fi-Af\ ó'n átc 
•oe'n bó&Aft an a •ocusc-An t)e-Af\nA na £<Aoite, *f eA *° 5 
Acá ^n Ainim C-At-Ain *Onuinne, te ce-Af\c. t)1 fean-A 
ó-difte^n A|\ an gcnocán f^n p-At> ó, Agtif c-á Aon 
ciiinne AriiAm tje'n cfean-A caifteán 'u-a fe-Af-Arh fóf. 
t)e < Ab|\óóA , ó -An fSéAt gun Af\ -An gc-Aifte^n -a cujd 
f' -An c-Ac-Ain," Agtif gun b'é -au cnocán <au " *onuinn," 10 
^S^f 5 U H D>A f f^ A tAfX& C-At-Ain T)nuiune m-Aft -Ainim 
A|\ An f e-AnA caif teAu .Aguf An -An mbAite. 

t)íof-f^ 1 bp-Anóifce Citt úifvo f-A bti-A'óAtn •o'aoif 
au Ui$e-A|\n-A mlte oóc gcé-At) fe-Aóc u*oeic (1870), -Aguf 
bí eótuf m-Ait -Ag-Am -Aft Cac-aia TDftuinne -Aguf -Af\ -au 15 
•ocín 'u-a timce-Att. ttí -Aitne iíiaic, teif, -Ag-Am -An 
fe-Aft boóc a bfo"o -Ag imte-Aóc -Ame-Afg n-A gcóm-Anf-An 
-Agtif riA cófh-Anf-Ain 'á cotti. " Barry the Rake" 
-a ctigcf -Ain. t)í fé buitte be-Ag -Af <a me-Ab-Ain, -Aguf 
fófvo pite -Ab e-At> é. WÁigifcin fgoite Ab exvó 620 
1 "ocofAó -a f^ogAit, -aó nu.Ain -a t-áinig n-A fSotte-AfiA 
" náif iún*o-A " b'éige-An •oo'n t)-Af\fiAc bocc einige 
«Af -An obAin fm. 

" ó," < A , oeine < A , ó fé tiom, " n-A fgoite-AUA 5-AtfoA 
fAti I Cuine^voan te f u-acc A 9 f te f An mé I " 25 



36 SeAn ua 5f\íot>C-á< 

r-Af éif foinnc -dimfi^e x>o ótii^ Ati c-fcAfbos tmfé 
50 RAt Conm-Aic ó •óe-Af, -Agtif c^t* éif floinnc eite 
Aimfine •oo óuift fé fiAfl 50 ÍTI-ágóttomt-A mé. Anf-An 
x>o cuine-A*ó ó tuAfó 50 *ocí Ati TUt mé. Uaa éif mé 
30 t>eit cAmAtt be-Aj f<A TUt *oo ctntte-A'ó 50 Citt fhtvo 
Am*f m6, -Ag c-Att-Atttc -Aine »00' ti pAflóifce, man t>í -An 
fe-Ana f-Ag-Anc a t>i -Ann <An twtn ftti t*0 Aofc-A, -Agtif t>\ 
fé -Af a ftitnce, -An t>tnne boóc. 



T.— seáti tixv 5Uíot>txv. 

II. 

Í1I tVAbAf aó, tf *oótó ttom, fe-Aócm-Atn CAg-Aite -Ann 
An c-Afn-A n-uain ftn nu-Atn a tAinig rinfn be-Ag tfce<Aó 
6 S onc nA Sgetóe ^tiguim tá te jt-Ao'óAó oLa. t)í an 
pinin fce-Aj; AofCA Aguf &í fé ctnnfe-Aó. Uá n-Aot mfte 
5 f tige ó Jjonc n<A S^etóe 50 *oci baite foeag Cttt fhtvo. 
t)1 c-Apdtt Agtif CAttátfce be^g -As-Am. 

11 Suvó tfce^ó Anfo Am' -Aice, a ftn &15," -ArtfA «itfe, 
" A£Uf CA&Anf AT> mAttc-AfOeAóc -AbAite •óutc." 

X)o fuvó, Agtif, " ó ifitnfe, a At-Atn," -aa fetfeAn, 
jo u r\A n^OAin óovóóe g^n cótn tomp-Ain ^g-AC ! 

CnomAf aa ttiAtftfS n-A scótíi-AflfAn x>o óup «Atn. 



SeSn ua "£$\ot>tA. 37 

tuj; fé t)om 5AÓ Aon cu-Aififs 50 cnumn ; cé'$b 9 i<At> 
a bí c-Ajt éif bAif ; cé 't* b' nro á bí pófc^; cé 'jt &' 
iat) -a bf -A5 *oé-An-Am 50 mAit, .Aguf cé 'jt b' ia*o a bf 
An 4 tfiAtAittc *oe óuma. 13 

" An m-Aine-Ann Barry the Rake ? " anf 4 mif e. 

" ^ó, ní ríi-AineAnn, a At-Ain," .Ajt f eif ean. " U4 fé 
c-An éif b-áif te f«At)-A, sun-A' mait -An tíiAif e "óó é ! " 

" x\men," Anf-A mife. " pte -Ab e-At) é," anf-A mife, 
" -AS«f if t)óió tiom 50 n'oeme-A'ó fé p iti'óe-Aóc rhAit 20 
u-Aine-AncA." 

" X)o •óeme-A'ó 50 *oeimin, a x\t-Ain," -An feife-An. 
" íleéff-At) t)uic, a At-Ain," an feife-An, " btúine fttfú- 
e-Aóc' -a "óem fé c-Atn-Att m-Ait ó fm, nu-Ain -a bí an t)noó 
Aimfin Ann -Aguf n-A t)^ome -Ag f^$-Ait báif coif n-A 25 
gctAtAó teif -An ocn-Af. tlu-Aif a táims n-A fgoiteAn-A 
nu^vó-A fo b'éige-An t)o'n tUnn-At boóc einige -Af An 
ob-Aijt fm, -Aguf Anf-An ní fAib -Aige -aó beit 45 imte-Aóc 
& ti£ 50 cig óun béite bft) f-ágait. ttí tVAib -An fSéAt 
nó otc -An f-At) -Aige 50 t)cí 50 t)CÁinis ax\ t)ttoó -Aimf in. 3° 
Anf-An níon nó fuinifce béite bft) f-ág-Ait 1 n--Aon cig 
m-An bí -An g-An-Atúife mf g-Aó aon b-Att, -Aguf x>a mmic 
An c-e-Afb-A bít> nfb-A gétne inf x\a cigtib mójVA 'nA 
inf nA cigtib be-AjyA féin. 

" t)f f-A5-A|tc p-Afóifce tu-Aró 1 mt)-Aite Tflif cé-AtA 35 
<*n u-Aift fin, Aguf nu-Aift á fcáinig An c-ocf-Af t)i-An Aft An 
mb-Aite fm t)o 6e-Annuig -An f -Ag^fc f &n mm, -A^uf ónom 
fé ^n An mm •oo t-Ab-Ainc -Am^ó t)o •óAoinib boóc-A n4 
fnAit>e fiti fé m-Ajt b-A m6 4 blp'ó %ÁX> léí. t)$\M\46 



38 SeAti ua gitfobtAt 

40 Ab eA"ó ati fA^Anc p-Anóirce fin. O'fémin 50 n^ib 

Alttie A^AC Ain, & At-Ain." 

" t)í, 50 m-Ait," anf-A mire. M Se-A-ó Anran cti/* 
Anra mife. 



7.— saáti vl& gnfotttA. 
iii. 

" t)f fe-An boóc 'n-A óótnntnge tu-Ard Anf-An -Ajt 
Cat-Ain T)ntnnne, -Agtif Seán u-a gníobt-A -Ab -Aimm t>ó. 
t)í an fe-Af boóc p-Af be-Ag ne-Arhónumn -Ann fém. t)! 
♦*é pófCA, Agtif b! -An be-An níb-A neArhónumne f nÁ é 
5 fém. ^gtif T)onAf -An fgéit An f -at>, b! mgean -acu, 
An inge-An b-A fine, -Aguf bf ff níb-A ne-Atíiónumne 'ni 
Aomne T>e'n beinc. 

M tug An t)-Aftuó A5-Ait> tá -An C-At-Ain T)numne -Aguf 
óuaró fé irceaó 1 •ocig áe^m ti! £níobt-A. t)! -An 

10 c-octVAf Ain -Agtif if •oóó-a 50 n^ 1 & N* cigte món^A 
ceipite -Ain, Aj;uf gun óe-Ap fé 50 mb' féroin 50 
bf-AgA*ó fé bUhne te n-ite 1 T)cig áeám. t)uAit f6 
irce«Aó. tlf n-Aib fé .Abf-AT) -Ag c-Amc te SeAn nu*in 
a f uAin fé r\A naib -Aon btúine bí*ó fé *óíon <at» 3£fge. 

13 M ' 1mti$ 6 ttJAi*ó/ <An f eif e-An te Seáu, ' -Aguf 
c^b-Ain óujAititi cuvo *oe'n tfnn feo ^cá «aj -a* At^in 
TTIufóA'* ua t)ni-Am 'á tabainc AmAó "oof nA t)Aoiri« 

bOÓCA.' 



tt t 
tt t 



Seáh tu gníobtA. 39 

# 'T) , imtig SeAn ó tuai'ó <d$uf nULd *ij;e. tÁmix; 

fé d$uf aíi máLd Aige d^uf é f otdtfi . 20 

" ' CdT> 'n-a t-dob n-án tu^-dif an mm te-dc ? * Attf-d'n 

t)dttfidC. 

" ' tTUn ní bp u-dttAf !/ -dttf-d Seán. 
" * An lAjtjVdif í ? ' Anf^'n t),dtttvdc. 
" ' tD'i-dttftdf 50 •oeimin/ -dttf-d Se-án. 23 

" ' ^S^f ca*o •ouortxvó te.dc ? ' Attf-d'n t)Ann-Aó. 
" ' T)o fMfn-dige-A'ó •oíom -d' n-dib ocn-áf of\m/ -dttf ^ 
SeÁn. 
" ' A^tif cxvo '•oubn.díf ? ' -dttf-d'n t)<dttttdó. 

T)ub.dttc n^ n-dib/ .dttf-d Seán. 3° 

Ó rh-dir', 6 rn-dif', ó rh-dif'/ -dttf-dn t).dttttdc, d£;uf 
fe-dng ain, ^iniú, cax> 'n-a t-dob nÁ *oubn.díf 50 fvdib ? 
j Cd*o 'n-a t.dob nán innfif «dn £ínmne ? ' 

" ' X\\ t-db-dfif ^mn te ftát> t>óib é/ ^nf ^ Seán. 



7— se^n tiA sttTotttA. 

IV. 

" T)o t-dnfv-ding aw t)Anndó ótn^e tÁitne<dó btOine 
p-ápéin. t)íot> -dn cóin ctm n-d fgníbmne -dige 1 scótfi- 
nur&e, óun n<d fiti'óe-dccd *oo fgnl fíof, if •oóc.d, fé 
mdrt a tA%#6 f í cuige. X)o f j^íb f é f íof ^n -dn bp^pé^n 
an m$t , o f eo : — 5 



40 S*4n va Sjtfobtd. 

H ' & Atdt|t ttlunc.d'ó azá 50 5«nc-A UotfitA, 

Cdt>din-fe cun> •oe'n tíim feo *oo Seán ud 

5níot>td. 

U-á d t>e.dn 'n-d tvómfig, dt;uf d mge-dn cnfonnA, 
10 Ci fé fém 'n-A t>ne>dtt .dguf bei*ó fé «dmtdfó 

coróce/ 

M ' Seo/ a\[ f eif e-án te Seán, ' bein te.dc 6 tu-dit> 

An p-dp&dn fdn, dguf c^t)-Aif ifce.dc 1 Láirii ^n cf.dj;dinc 

féin é, Agtif geó&.din dn tfim. T)em *oitne.df -Anotf 

15 óótti mdit -Agtif t/fé.d'of-din é. P-AnfA'o-f^ -dnfo 50 

•ocdjdin. tlí fé.d'opdmn *out t-dtnif feo dnotf tetf an 

OCflAf/ 

u T/tmtig Se^n ó ttidfó -dníf, d ,At.din, -dgtif if *o<3c-d 
50 ndit> fé cótii t>u.ditce .dm.dc teif -dn ocjtdf -dguf t>1 
ao dn t)dntvdó fém. t)í -dn oróce -dg ctitctm nuAin a fnoif 
fé t)dite ttlifcé-dtd -dn c.dnn.d íi-uAijt. tug fé Agaró 
dn ttg -dn cf-d^-dittc. t)í 5-dc -don Aic eite T>unc,d. t)u.dtt 
~é dn *oonuf. tátnij; An cfe.dn.d-t>e.dn, <dn cime.á'o.dróe 
ci$e, dm.dc. 
25 "' Cdt) cá u-dic-fe ? " dtt fife. 

"Cdnndmx; fé .dm.dc d t)túitte pápétn. 
* T)ut>fVd , ó tiom dn pápédn fo t.dt>.dinc "oo'n At-difl 
♦nuncd-ó/ df feife,dn. 

C'nom d teit é,' dft fife. 
30 ' ' 'Outin.d'ó Uom é t.dt>.dinc ifce.dc 'n-A Látrh fém 
■oó,' dn feife^n. 

1 6if c x>o t)édt d$ur n^ t>í dm' bo'ón-d'ó ! ' -dn f if e { 
*5uf te n-d tinn ftn t>o **idp fí dn pápédn df a Látm, 



SeAn ua 5fl* 0DCA * 4* 

ás^v "o'witig r* ir ceAó - ^ 1^5 r* M p*pééf a$ 

cniAtt An An AtAifl tnunóAt). 35 

" ' T)ubAinc yé, a AtAin/ a^ nr e > ' ^^ tiroUiji -00 

An pÁipéittín r^ *oo tAbAinc irteAc -A'o' táitn pém »ouic/ 
" T)o téig An c-AtAin tnuncA*ó An pÁpé-dn. An 

cúirs e n "^ ^éig *°o téwi r e &V Aí1 SCAtAoin. 

" ' Cé tug mnc é reo ? ' An feife-An. 4° 

" ' c-á r e Amtnó A5 ^n n*oorur. á AtAin/ a^ r i r e « 

" ' Cwn cqgAtn 6, ' An r ei r eAn « 

" T)o cuin. Cóth tuAt A^ur "o'féAc An c-AtAin 
tTluncAt) An Seán bí fior ^ 1 5 e n ^ft o'é t>o r5fl 1D ^n 
bttiine riti^óeAócA. 45 

" ' Cé tti^ t)tnc é r e o ? ' ^tt r ei re<M. 

" 'O'inmr r e ^ 00 * *Oo furo An rA^Anc ^gur *°o 
rst^ío r e cnptd pocAt An btúine pápéin. 

" ' Seo/ An feire-An, ' bein te^c rfor * r™ — <ac 
rcAt>/ An reireAn. 50 

" T)o gtAoní) r e A fl At1 mnAoi crge. ' C-AbAin nu*o 
éi^m te n-ite *oo'n *ouwe bocc ro/ An reireAn, ' At;ur 
cuin óugAm An buAóAitt. A^ur nuAin -a ttAgAin-re 
AbAite/ -an reire^n, ' cuijt ctíg^m Anro An feAjt a tug 
t)tiic An pápéAn ro/ 55 

" £uAin Seán a *oóicm te n-tte. Anr^n «00 tAif- 
be-áin An btiAóAitt *oó cá bfAgAt) r e A ™ tttm. puAtfl, r e 
oitteA-o Agtir •o'féA^of-At) ré * bneit teir V* tft^tA 
•ói. 

" táinig An "b-AtMiAó tAtt nA rh-ái^eAó a b1 ó«§Ainn, 60 
A5«r ftiAin r e béite rhAi?*- bí«ó A^tir cutAit éA*oAig, A^ur 



42 SeÁt\ ti a Sf\íot)t^. 

•out>tvA , ó teif ceacc .Afíf S^ó Aon tiAin -a tté-ót) ocn-Af 
Ain nó e-Afba éxVO-Aig." 

An f ait> 4 t>í 4n finín 45 mnrmc An fgéit fm *oo 

65 T,eme-AmAin a Um eite cAince náj\ b'féi'oin T>om a ótin 

f íof ^nfo s-An -An fj;é\At a t>é-An<Arh nó frxvoa. tlm -ah 

*ocac,a 'n-A n-Aib ^n fgéAt cníocntngte bíom-Ain 1 njgonx 

n-A S^eice, -Agtif t>o fjjAoite-Af ti-Aim An finín be-Ag. 



7— seán tixv suíot)Cd. 

V 

^é-ACxvó -Aon T)time -Afl -An bénra be-Ag f-An a fsnítt 

^n t)AntVAó. ÍH an tínn -Aix;e 'á lAfinAit), -Aguf bí -Ain a 

•ó'mnrmc cat) 'n-A t-Aob ^tin ce-Anc cntt-Ag beic ^5 ^n 

fA^nc T)o Seán u-a ^níobtA. Ctnn <m pite fíof 

5 ceicne cnife-AnA. 

1. " JZÁ a bean 'n-a ti-ómfig." — íli't -Aon cjUiAg -An -An 
•ocAt-Arh fo if mó *nÁ pe-An -ac^ pórc-A te n-ómrig. 
méA*ouigeAnn fé an ctui-Ag At\ c-ocn-Af a beit ont-A 

Af-AOn. 

10 2. " A^tif -a mge-An 0^0^^^." — X)a rhón -An cnti-Ag 
é nuAin a bí a be-An 'n--A h-ómrig, a6 b'é -An T>on-Af -An 
f At) An beinc ómreac -a beit a$ bnat Ain, Agtif eife-An 
ontA-fAn. 



SeAn ua Jflo&td; 43 

3. " UA fé f ém n'-A t>ne-dtt." — T)^ mbé-dt) *oume 
ciAtlrh-Att cuifgion-dC 1 n-A fe-dn age -dnn b' £étt>in 50 ij 
mbé-At) cftoc éigm -dn an "ocig ; -dC -dn óeinc ómfeaC 
Aj>uf an bneatt 1 n--don ci$ dtrUm l t> , u.dtt>4f,dC <m 
cnu-dg é I 

4. " A^uf beii!) fé -drht-ái'ó Coi*óóe." — T)A mb-d 
bneóice t>étfó fé b'fréroin 50 bfé-d*op-dí fúit a t>eit te2o 
h-é te-dCc Cuige fém. *OÁ mbA 1 bpníofún & X>é&X> 
fé •o , fré\dt)f'dí fúit -d t>eit te n--d te^óc -dm-dC. Aó " 6 
'n-4 &tte^dtt, ,, ^5«f 5-dn aon cfúit 1 n-Aon Con te n-é 
Ce-dCc ó'n ng-dt-dn f-dn 50 t>eó I 

A5 fé\dC<dmc *oó -dn n-d Ceitne cuife-dnAit> fin Cun 25 
c^u-dg-d, níon t>' féroin ^ 00 ' 11 AtM$ munóxvó 5-dn an 
tnm t)o fcd&-dif\c u-dit). 

X>o téige-df fitit>e-dCc 1 T)ce-dn5<dC-dit> 1-df-dCcA. U-ám 
fid*o 50 téin 50 m-dit. T)o ttuAit) An btúir\e be-dg 
piti"óeACcA f-dn ó'n mt)<dnn<dC mboóc ú*o -dn -don ní*ó 30 
1 bfuifm fitit)e-dCc-d t>'á$ téige-df niátfi 1 n-^on 
ce^dngAin eite. 

pexvoAR tíA LAo$^me. 






í.—béitf Án nx)óitin AtiAon Ann. 
i. 

StiAtnA'OAé. 

i. AbAin tiA nÁi-óce feo Agtar AimfeAn tÁicneAé tnihin lotnAi* 
oói o :— 

(a) '; T)tiine te "Oia m b'eA-ó é. 

(b) Útnc fé 'ha Aigtie rém nÁ f\Aib AnrAn aó a óeAnc. 

($) "OO XeAt1At)A|\ A1J\ CUn CAItlUe A ftAltlC Af. 

2. AbAin A|\ ctrniA éi^in eite : — 

(a) '"Otnne le "Oia m b'eA-ó é. 

(b) OA|\ teif oa teif fém ha dgce Agtif ha •oAome. 

3. C.ltlf 11 A fOCAlt ' t)tlbA1]\C fé * |\Oltt1 Atl nÁO fO, -| AOAtn AH 

nÁ*o A]\ f At> Atif aii 1 ocneó 50 mberó ciAtt teif :— 

1r món A« nÁine •ÓAOib ttÁ teogf A-6 rib «oom f óin itvom. 



11. 

nC x. Cúm nAróce 1 ti-A mbei , ó ctnreAt AinmneAc t)Of íia 
f octaib f eo : — 

*Oninéij\ ; 5A01C ; cige móin ; f tnnneóig UAócAinig ; 
métf ; -oocctinA; tÁnh *6eif ; cmn. 
a. AbAin An ónmA éigm ette; — 

Ía) 00 t>1ni£ fé An é fém t)o caóca-ó An a uiceAtt. 
b) *Oo teAc a f nite Ain. 
(c) 11Á bío'ó cetfc onc. 
3. AbAi]\ nA nÁróce feo Ajtif AtmfeAn fÁifcweAÓ, tnthif 
iotnAró oóib : — 

(a) ptíAin ré t)ontif An cige thórn An orgAitc. 

(b) X)o teAú a fúite Ain n«Aif a connAtc ré An nut) 

fÁroce 'f a' méir. 
(e) X>o ntigAO Atn Agtif 00 cAiceA'ó A|\ thuttAé A érnti 
An t>ontif AmAÓ é, 

*5 



*4 tTHéeAt ti4 t)«ite. 

2.— míceÁt n a btnte 
i. 

1. UAOAin UA1C An C-A1t>eA6c t>0 ^a6 AOU 6eAUU ACU f O S— ^> 

tlAi^tieAf; gneAnu ; ocnAf; cajvc; fífinne ; fiAOAUCAf. 

2. S^]\íob AU fÁ 1 © fO, U11ttin lot^AI'Ó t)0 : 

(a) UÁ, bAtt sneAuuihAn. $teAnn fAt>A UAigueAÓ 

f1AOA1U ; AgUf U1Ú11U UACAI* OO'tl fÁO fO : 

(o) ÚójAOAp a 501 tin A£Uf t> , féuCAOAU 0]MAAinn A£Uf 
nfon 6tnneAt)At\ a ctntle f uime iouaiu«. 

3. Aoaij\ An nÁo f o -j An cniitiAo peAff a, uimin uacai* t>o : — 

Muaiu a fnoifeAf An aic b$ cuiufe A^Uf ocnAf oj\m, 
Aguf An 6éAt> oume a buAit utnAtn o' lAffAf 
A1]\ |tttt) étgm te u-ice caoaiuc t>om. 



II. 

1. "Oo 6ui|\ fí Ati búinceAÓ Aifce bA cf\UAgméiti£o t> , Áj\ 
Aini£ tno oÁ 6tuAif niAth. 

Cao tf cuifeAt, cao if •oícótAoiiA'6, cao if mnfcne t>o :— 
1 bthnceAÓ ' Aguf • ctuAtf • ? Ajuf if bun-6éim t>o 
1 bA cnuAgthóitige ' ? 
a. ■ CAinc An fin 015 téic ' ? 

Cao if cuifeAt AinmneAé t>o fin. 015 télc ? 
3. ■ 1 ^ceAnn 'f eACC tnbtiA»6An • ; * cugAf feAÓc mbtiA'óuA 
A5 feiceAth.' 

Ca-o tiA CAob 50 bf uit t>eififiJeA6c 'f a' teicjviú t>o'u focAt 
' btiA*An ' ? 

2. Cuin ifceAÓ nA focAit acá 1 u-eAfUAm aj\;— - 

(a) Óuin fl An cAtAth— 6óin géA|\ A*f b$ f é 'n-A cof Aib. 
\b) "O'féA^ fé — f*Af\£Aé — Aii gcéAt> t>ume a bnif — ah 
jciónAf 



Ce<Ant>A U tHtróe tu r\-&tt\$Atii 47 



3-— ceAtibAtt btn*óe íia n-ArímÁn. 
i. 

I. Abain a|\ 6timA éi£in eite:— 

(a) ouAit feAj\ aj\ Ati mbó6An tnme o'Án b'Ainm UA*6g 

lllíA'6. 

(&) UÁirn Ag *oub foin A5 féAÓAmc An bféAt>fAinn 

meiceAb'oo 6ntnnnití. 
(c) "bíon Ano-óAiceAth Aimrine A^Amn. 
I 2. Ctnn • oeijum ■ noim 5A6 Aon nÁo acu fo,-| AbAin AnfAfi iao 
ocneo 50 mber6 ciaVI beo : — 

(a) pte b'eA* CeAnbAÍU 

(b) tlítim A5 -otiU 

(c) 1f fíon •otnc. 

/ 3. AoAin An nÁo ro, Agtif AimreAn £ÁircweA6, tnmin ioIjiaio 
v oo: — 

t>ubAinc ré 50 nAib peAj\ Ann nÁn Ai6m 611 -j gtin 

ÍiAf ntiig t>tiine oe fctnne eita cé'n b'é An f eAjt 
eAg btti'óe. 



II. 



/ % Cao if t>tin-6é , iin x>o ' nlor fiA f ? 

I 2. UÁ fi6e bbiA*6Ain ó fin. Cao if tnthij\ oo'n focAt 

f bliAt>Ain • ? 

3. AbAi|\ A|\ 6tiniA éigin eile : — 

\á) Hí úiocfA^Xiom oÁn 00 óun te óéibe. 

(b) ttí btigA 'nÁ éÁmig aoh focAL niAth Af mo béAÍ. 

(c) ctnnfeAT) cÁnc beAniiA teAc. 

(d) f ÁgAim te b-tiAOAÓc. 

(e) Tlí beA^ An cAinbe 00 f An. 

I 4. Cúm nÁióce 'n-A mbeió (1) ctnf oaí ^eineAihtiA^, (2) ctnreAt 
$AbAj\6A6 T>o'n f ocaI • éine/ 



48 1om|\ott Aittie. 

III. 

^tlAmA'OAÓ. 

I. CincteAnnA; fgoéÁn Aicmn ; roin támAib; cát ha cúmg* 
r a' cr aiIi£ ; te n-A f eif nig ; f ciúin ha ttnnge. 

Cao if ctnreAt, cao if otc6tAonA*6 -j ca*o if tnmin 00 :— 

'teAnnA': 'Aicmn'; *tÁihAiV; 'ctiinge': fAitig': 
1 reifnij ; - tumge ' ? 
3. AOAin An ótrniA eite : — 

Ía) CAt> An a fóti. 
b) b'-féit)in nÁn Vf eAnnA •óom num é. 
ííj 1f mAic An thAif e ajac é. 
(a) 11 VI Aon niAic beic teAc. 
3. AbAin nA nÁi6ce feo Agtif tnniin iotnAi-6 t>6ib:— 

(a) UéAnAm onc, mA 'f eAO, A^tif bío^ 00 6mt> t>e'n t>eo6 

A£AC. 

(&) tllon >6eineAf f ém niAih t>Án if t>etf e nÁ é. 



4— lotnnott Aitne. 

1. 

SllAtTIA'OAd. 

. AbAin An óumA eite :— 

(a) lomnotl Atcne. 

(b) Uu^a-ó ntro te n-ice "60. 

(c) tlí món t)om beic mo6 aj\ An AonAÓ. 

(d) CÁn b'Af é -| cÁ nAtb a cniAtt. 

. Cúm nÁioce 1 ti-a mbeto An c-fAn-6éim t>o : — 

OeA^ ; t>eAf; ctticthAn ; compónt>A6 ; mo6. 
[. -AbAin AimfeAn §nÁ6-6Ai6ce f tnmij\ iotj\Ar6 t>o fo : — 
Cuai-ó fé ifceA6. "Oo ctigA-6 ntit> te n-ice *6o # Ajtsf 
t>o cAifbeAnA-6 a teAOA éo. 



Ssufui-óeAóc &n teAf*. 49 

II. 

1. Ctiin ifceAÓ tiA f ocAit acá 1 11-eAf iiaiti ai\ • — 

(«) t)A111 Att 'OOCCthp AT1 C-éAT)AC — ceAnn ah ctnnncéAnA 

(6) 61 An ptAOfc, óóth totn — h-ub $é. 

(c) Ati ct£ 'tl-A nAib Ati ctnnncéin — lÓlfCin. 

2. CtMjl Atl fOCAÍ ' T>eif 1tt1 * t\01tt1 Atl fÁ'Ó f O 1 Allf A11 AOAIf 6 l~r 

1f é a ctng An ■ooóctnn tiÁ pin éAscntiAf a bí Ain. 

3. AbAitt AittifeA|\ fÁifcmeAÓ, tnrhtn totnAi'ó t>o fo: — 

X>S Att ctnnncéin A|\ coVoa, ótn if é bA •óéAtiAige cÁwi£ 

4. Cat> tf b«n-céim t>o 'bA "óéAtiAige'? 

III. 

1. '1 bftA'ótiAife t\A leAf)CAti.' Cat> if ctHfeAÍT>o *%e&ftA 
7 CAT> tf ttitifctie •óo ? 

2. CtMf IfCeAC tlA fOCAlt ACÁ 1 11-eAfllAlfl Af :— 

(a) tlí nAtb fé — itietfje. 

(b) "O'féAC fé — ceAtiti ah JnÁfAefA. 

(c) A5 ceACc AttiAé— Ati LeAbAi-ó. 

(d) 6ui|\ fé tnme cóth cmg — •o'féA'o fé. 

3. AbAin tnthin tobr\Ai , 6 t>o fo: — 

(a) Srfíobf at> teAbA|\ ait\. 

(b) tliof -óúif i§ f é Ati -0111110. 

(Ó) COttttAlC fé fgÁC A Óttltl Attfl. 



5._S5titiAi , óeACC An teAS^. 
I. 

5nAmAt)A6. 

1. Cmn d x>einim • notm $ac Aoti t\Át> acii fo *| Atif An Abarn aji 
Ati gctiniA ttuA'6 iat>:— - 

ia\ Ofóce SAthtiA t>o b'eA* 1. 
í6) SgéAt AenAC «oo tyeAt> ah f géAÍ. 
(c) b'feA|\|\ liotti 50 tnbeinii f a bAtle. 
(4) CeÁtvoAige ttiAic t>o VeA-6 é. 
lé) hs 6iíwa tiont. 



5<> S5«|\Ai , 6e-áóc At\ teAfAé 

2, Abain An fU§e eibe : — 

(a) StÁn mo 66mAn6Al 

(b) bA £eAj\n An mottt onm a CAifbeAtnc £tin fíon é. 

3. AbAtn AwifeAn £nÁc-tÁicneA6, tnihtjv lotnAt* t>o fo: — 

tl < fAtO fpnfO n * P«CA 11Á fAtfíAlt 1 1\0ltl£ HÁ j\Alb 
CAbAfCA 1f COA6 'f a' fgéAt Ag SeÁn. 

II. 

1. ■ T)e bAnn a 6ot>' CAince.' 

Sgníb Ati f ocaí ■ 60*6 ' 50 ti-tomtÁn. Cat> if ctnf eAt t)o ? 
T cat) if t>í66tAonA*6 *6o ? 

2. AbAin AtmfeAn c,nÁ6-6Aicce, tiitfnn uacai < 6 t>o fo : — 

S0CA|\t1lteA'0A|\ 50 «OCIOCf A1t)íf -J 50 n^OVOf 1t>1f. 

3. ■ An Áic bA XngA bAo§At t>óio.* 
Cat> if btin-6éim t>o 'oa ttigA*? 

IIL 

1. Ctnn tfceA6 nA focAit acá 1 n-eAfnAtn a|\ : — 

(a) X>o nuc, f é f é'n t>Á of gtnl — Agiif bí f é *£Á teo£Ainc 
HA1-6 ffof — »6ntiím An fAÍÍA. 
"Oo ntig fé 'n-A bACAÍAinn— An uAt&6. 
"Oo 6tnn fé An CAÍAtn — Agtif 'o'^Ág fé AnfAn lAt*-* 
6aojva A£tif cÁittitíin. 
'Óun mníncine An leAfA.' CAt> if ctiifeAt, CAt> if 
t)te6tAonA<), A^tif cAt> if innfcne t>o ' mtríncine • "\ t>o 
' teAf a ■ ? 

Abain An fA-6 fo, AimfeAn fÁifcmeA6, tnmin iotnAf6 
t>o : — 

1 tltiAin a 6onnAic An bi6eAthnA6 a h\ 1 gctimne nA 
noilige nÁ6 cao|\a t>o teogA* AntiAf 6tnge a6 t>tnne, 
geAtbAim *6tiic 5ti|\ DAineA^ geic Af. 

IV. 

AbAin aj\ ftlge eite :— 

(a) "O'Aimfig fé a bACA. 

(b) 1f t)ó6a 50 bftnt «oeine tiom Atioif mtanAb lonAnn 
A*f niAtn. 

(c) 0\i>t* f Ú5A6, mAi-oeAn bfónA6, 
a JeAnnÁtn t>tnnn; if olc t>o Jnó-fA. 



(4 



2. Cuin • t>ubAinc fé ' noim ah ni/ó fo f AUfArt a\>ai|\ é: — 
Au ÓAonA ihAnb au céAt) n1*6 gun cuin fé tÁih Ain. 

3. AbAin unhin iott\AiT> t>o fo : — 

"O'einig fé 'ua fui-óe Aruf cuin fé a cóca món tnme 

AgUf t> , A1U1fl$ fé A ©ACA. 



6.— nflx) éisin Ati aíi scApAtt; 
I, 

5nAmAt)A6. 

1. Ab^in ha j\Ávóce feo, -j AinifeAn tÁicneAÓ, uimin uacai* 
5ib:— 

(a) f in ifiónA tÁit>j\e Ab'eA* iat>. , 

(b) beA"ó fiof AgAC cAt) é ah nuA^Atí a cuja'ó a|- 

3Aex)LAib Af tiA cAltfiAincib mme néi*óe. 

2. Cuif\ if ceAó ua rocAiL acá 1 n-eAf nAm Af : — 

tlí f Aib fl cóm íi-otc An f At), áiíicac — oa «óóiJ teAc — ati 
gcéAt) AihAnc a b1 f1. 

3. Cúm nÁi-óce 'n-A mbei'ó cuifeAÍ AinmneAC t>o 5AÓ aoh 
6eAnn acu yo : — 

tnuice; cAÍAim ; fléibcib. 



II. 

» AbAin A|\ ft1§e eite : — 

(a) £un b'fiu iAt> a bfAóri t>Á nt>UA$. 
(5) *OÁ mbA nÁ cunfAÍ au teAfó oncA rA beAX> Aon 
mAic 'fA n-obAin. 

2. te obAin tÁm ; teif An tÁiih ; Ag bneic mónA ; 50 maif 
6un nA h-oibne. 

CAt> if cuifeAt, CAt> if •oícótAonA'6, cax> if uiihin t>o ;— 
ÓbAin; tÁm; tÁim ; móuA ; oibne ? 

3. ÓfófÁ féAn mAic uaic. 

Cmj\ é fiti 1 bfuinm ceifc## 



52 Rut) élgltl 4|\ Atl 5C4P4U. 

III, 

1. CU1]\ 1fC©AÓ TIA fOCAlt 1 tl-eAftlAlh AJ\ : 

(a) T)Á £ceAnnui$6í Ati cApAÍt— 6Áint>e, ca6aiu a beaó 

•oíoíca ? 

(b) ílíon tnnreAOAn — 'Á n-AtAi|\ Aoti btuine — obAtp 

A bí flÚbAt/ ACtl. 

(c) CnomAOAn — é ceifciú. 

2. AbAin iia nÁioce reo "| AimreAn tÁicneAÓ, uimin ua6aio 
oóib :— 

(a) ÚAOAjvpAioíf mÁÍAÍ mót\A tntne coince AbAiie teo 

An An Ainc,eAt> a §eóoAroif. 

(b) níon b'fiof cao iat> tiA miAiceAfAÍ a OAtnrl Af au 

JCApAlrt fA«. 

(c) ÚÁnAOAn if ceAC, flíon tceAOAn ao« c-f uipéAn ; ní 

féAOpAltrff é. 



IV. 

i. ' 5'Á 6tmiic ie fopAib cuige.* 

Cao ir innfcne oo ' Á ' ? Cao if cutfeAÍ t>o ' fopAib ' -j 
oo f cuige* ? 

2. A.b&in é feo -| AimreAn fÁifCineAc t>o : — 

"O'innreAOAjv oo cé n b'iAt> f cao a bt ixaca. 

3. ' einig, a SeÁtn, Aguf caj\ tinn 50 bretctn é, Aguf 50 
n-innpn oúmn cao cá Ain. 

AoAin é f eo -j cof nuig uiAn feo ;— 
• 'OubAinc f é ie SeÁn/ -jc. 



v. 

1. AbAin An ftí&e e1 ^ e : — 

(a) bí onóg ieif cun6A urnie Ai^e. 

(b) Óuin fé cun ÍAbAncA cúpÍA uai|\ aó t>o ceip Ain. 

2. AbAin An náo fo -j uimin ua6aió 00 :— 

1m 61510 AbAiie, a buAÓAiiií, AC,uf bloo ClAÍi A^Atb. 

3. Cui|\ ' oubAinc f é ieif ua buAÓAtiií ' mA|\ cof a6 aj\ av j%Á6 
, gceif c ▲ t>ó, •] AbAif A|\ An ftíje nuAO 6. 



stÁn iu 5tiior>t.á. 53 

7.— seÁn « a gníobtA. 
i. 

5tlAmAT)A6. 

i. AbAin An nÁ* fo i Aimfean tÁicneA6 t>o : — 

*ÓeA|\b|\ó6A , 6 Ati fgéAt gllf Aj\ Atl scAifteÁn a ctigci * At» 
ÓACAin' Agtif gunb' é aii cnocÁti ati '"Ontnnn.' 

2. AbAin tnnVin lotnAi* oo f o : — 

mÁigif cin fgoite Ab' eA*6 é 1 ocof a6 a f aoJaiU 

3. AbAin An f tíge eite : — 

S6ui]\eAOA|\ te ftiAcc A'f ^ fÁn mé. 
t)í fé Af a ftÁmce. 



11. 



AbAi|\ Ati nÁ-6 f "j tnthin iotnAi-6 t>o : — 

'Stno ifceAÓ Atifo Atn' Aice, a fin bi£/ A|\fA mife, 

' AgUf CAbA|\f AO mAf CAl6eACC AbAiLe •ótnc' 

tlÁ nAbAin 6oi*66e 5A11 cóin iompAin aj;ac1 

jtipA* mAic Ati tiiAife ^60 é ! 
Ctnn 1 bf ui|\m mAÍÍAécA ia*o f a«. 
3. Cuip if ceAÓ ha focAit acá 1 11-eAf nAth Af : — 

Cé'n a bí -oéAtiAm 50 mAic Agtif cé*n a bl 

— a niAtÁinc óumA. 






iii. 

AoAin n # A nÁv6ce feo 1 AimfeA|\ tÁicneA6 «oóib : — 

(a) 61 Ati beAti tiíbA neAm-6ntnnne tiÁ é féiti. 

(6) bí mgeAti Acti, A« mjeAti bA fme. 
AbAin é feo t AimfeAn fÁifcinea6 tnmin iotj\AiT> •oó: — 

CÁinic, fé A^iif Ati mÁÍA Ai^e A^tif é f ottAtti. 
Tlí f Aib aoh bttnne b1*6 fé 'óíon Ati ci§e. 
cat> if ctnf eAt i cAt> if o$c6tAonAt> 00 : 

bí6 ; t>1on ; cí £e ? 



54 BeSn IU 5^0 t>tA* 

IV. 

j. ' éifc x>o béAt, Agtif nÁ bí Atn' bo'ófVA'o ' An f ife. 

(a) Cuin * -oubAnc teAc' notm ah nÁ'fc fAn -| AOAin 'f^ 

bfuinm nuA"ó é. 
(6) AbAin uitnin iol.jvai'ó «oo. 

2. buAit, f é Ati -oontif : cÁmigAu c-fe&uA-beAn AinAÓ. 

AbAin au nÁ'ó fo -j Aimf eAf, guÁc-CAicce, uithin iotn*M'ó -oo. 

3. AbAin uninn lotnAit) -oo fo: — 

"Oo fgAoiteAf uAim Ati pnin beAj, 



1. ttí't A011 cnuAg An au t^CAbAm fo if mó nÁ f eAn aca pófCA 
le h-ómfij. 

(a) AbAin An mó'ó CoingeAU,Aé t>o f An. 

(b) Cat> tf cuif eAt, -oo ' óinf ig ' ? 

2. "Oo téigeAf fibi'óeAÓcA 1 TJCeAngcACAib tAf aóca. 

CaT) 1f Ultnift UACA1-6 T>0 'ceAttgÚACAlb lAfACCA ' (An CUIfeAÍ 

eéAt>UA)? 

3. AoAtn Af cuuia etbe : — 

beró v& AthÍAt'6 coióc», 



1 bei*ó Áti nt)óitin AtiAon Afin. 

ceisceAntiA. 
I. 

1. Contlf A ^neA^Atn "OlAnmillO An SCOCA A« fA£Af\C ntlAlp 6 

ÍAOAin fé leif LA ? 

2. An *oói£ teAC ni 5ti|\ £éAn6<iifeA6 Att fneAgnA é ? Ca-g 
'ttA CAob ? 

3. Cat> é An bf\íg acá teif An bfOCAt •' gtaf ■' ? 

4. Cat> é Att £Áinc t>o ConuAe éoncAtge 'n-A fAtb Atcne Af 
t3iAnmtiiT> ? 

5. An nAtb cit cótnntnjce Ai^e -óo fém ? 

6. A6, cao ette ? 

7. Cat> é An roeAf aW Atgef nA T>Aome it>ij\ bo6c Aguf f Ai-obip 

A1|\ ? 

8. CAT> 'tlA CAOb fAH? 

9. Cat> é An bníg acá te " "Otiine le T)tA " ? 

10. CÁ bfAgA'ó T3iAnniuiT> a 61110 bfó -| tótrcm ha h-ofóóe ? 

11. A]\ 61115 fó 'íia Aigne 50 nAtb fé fé 6omM>m acu 'nACAob ? 

12. Cat> a 6U15 fé ? 

13. Cat> é An 6úif gun 6eAp fé 1 n'Aigne fém 50 j\Atb fé 
f>ctoT>Ab 6ut£e ? 

14. An pAtb fé ceAnAthAit aj\ n* t>Aome ? 

15. CÁ Of tOf T>1I1C ? 

16. Oo cAiVleAT> t>time oof nA cómAnfAnAib tÁ, cé'n bé fém } 

17. An T>et§ OtAnmuro fé t>ém An cópnAttn ? 

18. Aj\ tAOAin fé A|\ T>cúif teif nA T>Aoine a buAit urnie "j é a: 
T>ut Ann ? 

19. cat> fÁ gun teAnAT>An é ? 

20. At\ CAién f An te "OiAnmufo ? 
2 1. Ca bflOf T>tl1C ? 

22. 1pé T>eine cao T>tibAtnc fé teo ? 

23. Cao é An 6neA6 é ? 

24. Cat> a cuigf á ó'n bfneA^nA fo ? 

II. 

1. An bf AgA^ó "OiAnmmo cuineAO oinnéin ó tiAtfte nA clne ? 

2. iTlAnA bfAgAf), contif a ctnceAT> fé AmA6 50 mbtoo fé Ant? 
ntiAi|\ a bioó a tei6éro An púbAt ? 

55 



56 TTMóeÁt riA buiLe, 

3. Oao a cuj; 'Oid.nmuix) 50 cig "Oo6cúi|\ íTIac Suíbne tÁ ? 

4. An nAib An x>inneAn An LeAC-CAoib noimif ? 

5. tluain a f noif fé ^eACA au cige cax> a mocuig fé ? 

6. CÁn §Aib fé AnfAn ? 

7. An buAit f é An -oonAf ? 

8. Cax> a 6onAic f é if a§ ? 

9 CÁn óuin fé" a *6á lÁim ? 

10. A^uf cax> a x>em fé "teif An bfeoil ? 

1 1. CÁn f éuc An x>o6cúi]\ ? Cax> 'ha CM>b ^un £éu6 fé ? Cao 
a óonAic f é ? 

12. Cax> a cuc, AnuAf An fCAiJne é ? 

13. CÁn $Aib fé nuAi]\ a cÁimg fé AnuAf ? 

14. Cax> é An nA-ÓAnc a óonAic fé Ann ? 

15. An CÁIU15 ionc,nAX> f feAni; A1]\ ? CÁ bpof x>uic ? 

16. An 6uin "OiAnmuix) Aon Cf uím Ann ? CÁ bfiof x>uic ? 
r 7. 1 nx>ei]\e nA x>áLa cax> a x>em An x>o6cúi]\ ? 

18. Cat> a x>em "OiAnmuix) AnfAn 1 cax> x>ubAinc fé ? 

19. Cax> é au 6úif 5Up5LAoit>fé * T)oócúi]\ nASniAomce J Ain ? 

20. An bf a§a*ó ua t>Aoine ptéifiti|\ mAgAi'd 'f a' rnéit) fin ? c& 
bfiof X)U1C ? 

21. Cax> x>eind man §eAlt Ain ? 

22. ' bei<> Án ux>óiciu auaou ahh*; cé'n b'iAx> An bei]\c ? 

23. Cao bA x>ói§ leAC A 6eAp "OiA]\muix> bo6c ? 

2.— miceÁl nA btnte. 

CfrlSCeATItlA. 



/. Cax> é An f A§Af fgéit é feo ? 

2. CómnÁx) ioin beinc, meAX"> ? 

3. cat} Ab Ainm x)óib ? 

4. Ci&'cu 'cu a bí ac, ceifciú§AX^ ah t>ume eiLe ? 
5 Cao í An 6éAX) 6eifc a 6ui|\ fí 6uige ? 

6. Ca-o é An bní§ acá Le "connuigeAcc -j fi6e bt/iA'ÓAin ' ? 

7. Conuf a ffeA^Ain 1Tlí6eÁL í ? 

8. A^Uf CAT) a 6uin AbAiie A1]\íf é ? 

9. An f a-oa a bí fé ac, ceA6c AOAiLe ó'n u^LeAnn ? 

10. Ca-o é Ati f A§Af rteAunA é ? 

11. CÁ pAib An fnuCAn A5 nuic ? 

12. CÁ ]\Aib An biolAn Ag fAf ? 



tníce^l tia buite. 57 

13. Cé h-iAt> a bl a$ ice Ati bioÍAin ? 

14. CÁ nAboAn bAiiigce ? 

15. "11Á6 fUAf\A6 A11 01AT> 6" cé T>ubA1]\C é f1T1, "| CAT> T)Ó gO 
pAlb A11 C-é AT>ÚOA1j\C é A£ CA^AIfC ? 

16. Cat> é An biA"6 nÁ cuinfeA-6 mAfmuf aj\ *óuine, t>o néin 
mi6lt? 

17. Coniif a bí mí6eÁt nuAin a fnoif fé An gteAnn ? 

18. Cé aij\ guf lAnn fé biAt^ ? 

19 A^uf cat> é au fA§Af fneAgnA a fUAin f é ? 

20. Cat> a -6em au 6uit> eiie acu P 

21. Cat> a -6em mteeÁl AnfAn 6óm mAi6 teo? 



II. 

1. Cat> a feóÍA* ifceA6 *f A ' JteAnn tÁ ? 

2. Cat> a 6ug Ann í ? 

3. Cat> a 6uin fí Aifce *] CAt> 'ua 6Aob ? 

4. CAt> é au f AgAf btnncíge \ ? 

5. CAt> a *6em n& T>Aoine buite ? 

6. An nAib mAC aVIa 'f a' gteAnn ? CÁ bf iof t>uic ? 

7. HuAin a bí An búinceA6 cj\ío6nui§óe aici, ca-o a •óem 
Ait bó? 

8. An LeAn nA t>AOine í ? 

9. Cat> a 'óeineAt>An ? 

10. An nAib An ^teAnn AnA-UAigneAÓ 'ua -óiaio fin ? CÁ 

bflOf t>U1C? 

11. An fAt>A 'tiA tmai* fAn gun ÍAbAi]\ Aoinne Ann ? 

12. Cé LAOAin 1 cat> T>ubAinc f é ? 

13. Cé teif pin ÍAbAin f é ? 

14. An bfUAi|\ fé Aon f neAgnA ? 

15. " CÁn Ainigif í ? " Cé oubAifc 6 fin f cA6Ain ? 

16. Cat> t>ó 50 nAib fé A5 cAgAinc? 

17. An fneAgAin Aomne é? 

18. An fAT>A 'tiA 'óiai'ó f^n gun tdbAin Aomne ? 

19. cé LAbAin AnfAn ? 

20. cat> a ^em f é f An aj\ t^bAin fé ? 
2i. Cat> 'ua CAob 50 fAlb fé f eA|\^A6 ? 

22. Cé Ain gun -féu6 fé -j cat> T>ubAir\c f é ? 

23. 'tlA -61A1-6 fAn cat> a cÁimj aj\ míóeÁt? 

24. An f at>a a bí fé A5 f eiéeAm te cAinc An f in 015 téic ? 

25. Cat> é An céuj\mA a 6aic ,ré Ag bpAc aj\ au gceifc a 
óuin au jAnfún ? 



58 Ce^fVbAtt btn'óe ti* ti-AthpAti. 

26. A£tlf Atl fAT)A 'tlA t)1A1T) fAU 5«]% t^bAlp AU feAJ\ 1HÓ]\ ? 

27. An tnó btiA-ÓAin A|\ fAt> a 6Ó5 fé 6un Ati méfo fin CAinoe 

OO tbéAtlAIÍl ? 

28. Cat> -oubainc CÁic titiAip aij\i§ fí ah f geut, ? 

29. &U A£ ttlAgA'Ó A bí f1 ? 

30. Cao a betn t)o rhíóeÁt fitteAT) AbAite Ainíf ? 

3.— ceAtibAtt btn'óe ha ti-AttitiÁn. 

cetsueAtittA. 
I. 

1. Ca-o if Ainm t>o'n f^eut fo? 

2. Cat> 'ua CAob gun gtAotiAT) CeAnb^tt btn-óe riA «-uihf\An 

A|\ C. ? 

3. CAt> Ab Aitim -oo'ti £eAj\ a buAtt uime aj\ ah mbócAj\ La ? 

4. CÁ |\Aib CeapbAUl Ag t>ut P 

5. An beAiitiui§eAt)A|\ t)Á 6éite ? 

6. Cat> í au ceifc a 6ui|\ Uat>5 6un CeAnbAtt? 

7. Cat> t)ubAi|\c CeAnbAtt ? 

8. Cao é Ati ^tió a bí A5 Uat>£ a^ Cfoif Ati UeAmpAitt? 

9. CAt) é Ati bníg acá teif Ati bfocAt "meiceAt" 

10. Gat> t)o b'Áit te Ua-ój -oo'ti meiceAt ? 

11. "tlí T>eir\im tiÁ gu|\ mAic ah c-Am é." tnínig é fiti -| cé 
oubAinc é ? 

12. Ca-o é An fgeut a bí a$ Uat>5 Ua h-éAttuiJce 1 t>CAob 
Ce^nbAitt ? 

13. OÁj\ éutc au fgeut AmAó? 

14. Conuf a 6utn CeAjVbAtt é féin 1 n-Ai6ne T>óib ? 

15. Au bfuVt An béA|\fA t>e gtAU-iheAbAin a^ac ? tTIÁ ca, 
AbAi|\ £An teAbAn é. 

16. Conuf a CAifbeÁnAn Ati béAj\fA 50 nAib CeArib&tt 'ha 
ftte, 'nA óeotcóin, f 'ua iomÁnuiT>e ? 

17. tluAin Ainig CeAnbAtt An fgeut cat> a -óem fé «j cat> 

■OubA1|\C fé? 

II. 

1 T3o bíoo ceifc ac, cun iongnAT> An Úat>£ tl«At> 1 gcóihnurge, 
cat> í au 6eifc S ? 

2. An theaf fé nÁn bfévoin t>6 féin t>Án t>o 6uj\ te 6éite ? 

3. cÁ bf tOf t>utc ? 



Ce^b&tt bui'óe ti^ n-AriipÁn 59 

4. An Aini£if niAth n* cní mo6e nÁ|\ bféi-oin ■o'fogtuim ? 

5. AoAin im' óiaió iao : — 511*, féile, fiLróeA6c. 

6. SeAO ! UAb^i|\ otnnn &n f fveAgnA a 6ug CeAnbAÍt Ain. 

7. An 6j\eio Ua-o^ é ? 

8. Cao é An geAll *oo 6uin CeAnbAtX leif ? 

9. An |\Aib UA'óg fÁfCA leif An ngeAtl ? ^ao *nA 6Aob ? 

10. '"OÁ bfAjAmn éipe • Ain." Cé -oubAipc ó fm ? Cao 

A1|\ 50 nAib fé A5 CAinc ? 

11. Cé buAil úmjDA AnfAn ? 

12. Cao a bí A5 éAtnonn Ó5 £Á óé^n^m ? 

13. Cao é An to6c a fUA'n Uaó^ aj\ obAin ©Amoinn ? 

14 Conuf a beAnnui£ e. oóib, f ca-o t>ubAin6 yé te Ua-6c, ? 

15. C&bAij\ oútnn pneA^nA UA105 ? 

16. Cao é An c-ójvouJa'ó eVLe a 6ug UA05 o' éAtnonn? AbAin 
t n' focAÍAib fém é. 



III. 

1. "b'féioin nin bpeAfnA oAm niAth é. M Cé -oubAinc é fm ? 
CAdAin a t>ubAi|\c f é é ? Cao oó 50 fAib f ó A5 CA^Ainc ? 

2. "OÁ mbeAÓ fÁt t,e oéAUAm a*; Ua^, conuf a oéAnfAÓ 
ré é? 

3 Cé 6onAic An cniú]\ AnfAn ? 

4. Cia'cu 'cu ÍAbAin leif ? Ca*o \ An 6eifC a 6tnn fé 6ui$e ? 

5. Uaoaij\ fneA^nA t/iAm t>úinn. 

6. cao é An c-ó|\ou§aó a cug Ua'ój 00 tiAm 1 oCAob An &A10 ? 

7. Cao -oubAinc CeAnb^tL AnfAn le Ua-ó^ 1 ocAob nA tuinge ? 

8. A^Uf cao oubAifC Uaó^ teif 1 'ocAob An bÁio ? 

9. ' UÁ mo cÁfc leAnnA bei|\6e AgAm-fA.*' cé oubAinc é 
fm «j ca6aih ? 

10. t)UAi|\ A1|\1§ Uaó^ An tnéit> fm cao oubAinc fé ? 

11. Ca-o é An 6éAt> blne t>e'n t>Án a 6úm UA05 a gAn 'fioj 
%>6 f óin ? 

12. AbAin An cAfnA Ure t>e. 

13. AbAif An cnlomAo tíne -j aii ceA^nAmA-ó Une *óe. 

14. Cao é An meAf a bí a^ CeAnbAtt, A|\ au béAff a ? 

15. CAt> -oubAifc UAt)^ nUA1|\ A1f1§ fé An béAf f a ? 

16. Cao é Ati Lo6c a fUAin r e ai|\ ? 

17. "tlí h-Aon mAi6 beic leAc." Cé oubAinc é f m ? cé 
M»if 50 nt>ubAij\c fé é? -| ca*o 'iia 6Aob 50 noubAi|\c f é é ? 



4— lotnnott Aitne. 

ceisueAtitiA. 
I. 

1. CÁ f\Atb AU £f\Áf Aélf\ Ag Out ? 

2. CAO é Atl gnÓ A bí A1ge AUU ? 

3. Cao é ah bníg acá leif An bfOCAÍ ' 5i\ÁfAéi^\ , 7 

4. Cacaih a f noif f é SpÁit) niAgcnomcA ? 

5. Cao 611150 50 f\Aib fé Ag féuóAinc 'ua éímfOAUl Aguf é Ag 
gabÁil fíof "bócAn tiA Sop ? 

6. Cat> oubAtnc fé le feAf\-An-cí§e nuAin a bí fé Ag •otil a 
600 Ia* ? 

7. Cao é An fAgAf ouine a cuifeA'ó tfceA6 'f a' leAOAró 'ha 
ccauuca? 

8. Cao é Ati cómnÁ-ó a bí ioin An mbeif\c ? 

9. " n1 món t>om bei6 A]\ aii aoiia6 AnA-tho6." Cé otibAine 
é ftn, -j cé Leif 50 uoubAinc f é é ? 

10. Cacaiu a t>ubAtj\c An cinncétp 5LAOOA6 Atn f éw ? 



1. CÁ |\Aib An •oume bneóice ? 

2. " UAbAf\f avó fAn fionn-fuAf\A , ó bf\eÁJ ■óo." Cé oubAtnc 
é rm, -j cao oó 50 f\Atb fé Ag cAgAinc? 

3. Cao é An bníg acá teif An bfocAt " fionn-f UAftA-ó " ? 

4. TluAip a cÁtmg An ooccúif\ 6ajv u-AVf, f An 6óin Aice cÁn 

6U5 fé AgAI'Ó ? • 

5. Ca'o é An 6úif 'nÁf\ éutg fé nÁ f»Atb An cig ceAnc Aige? 

6. Cao é An fbÁinc 'oe'n beAbAió go ftAib An cmncéif» 'ha 
lui£e Ann? CAt> 'ha caoo f An ? 

7. Cao é An 6Ó1|\ beAf\f\6A, if oóig teAc, a bí Ag An 
nooócúin ? 

8. Conuf a bí au fobAl f An fAobAf» Atge ? 
9 Cao a oem fé te fDÍAofg An cmncéAnA ? 

10. Aj\ 6eAp fé gunb'é An oume bneótce 00 W Ann ? 

11. nÁ f\Aib betfc 'f A ' teAbAi'6 ?' 

12. Cé'n b'é au CAnnA «oume ? 

13. Cao 'iia CAob nÁ feACAig An t>o6céif\ é? 

14. 'SeAO 1 nuAin a bí An fDÍAOfg beAfvncA Ag au noo6cúin 
Af imúig f é AbAtle ? 

15. CÁn oeij fé -j cao a bí Aige *Á •óéAUAtn ? 

16. nÁn món au metrgeoin é? 

17. Cao é au 6umA, tf -oóig Leac, 'ua f\Aib yé uuaij\ a bí 
«a bj\AonA6A 50 1étf\ óIca Aige ? 

60 



lompotl ^ittie. 61 

III. 

r Cao é a« 6úif gun p\X fé caj\ n-Air Ainlf 50 ocVn ci£ 
a^ theAf fé Ati oume bneoice beic Atin ? 

2. tltiAin a cÁmtc, fé 50 oci'n ci§ cao a oein fé ? 

3. conuf a bi An cAlAtn fé n-A 6ofAib "\ cao fé noeÁn fAn r 

4. Cao é An fcAio aj\ a f Aib An betnc a b1 'f a' LeAbAio An 
póio a bí An oocctnn Amui6 uaca ? 

5. CÁn feAfAiin An oo6cthf\ ntiAin a fcÁmij; fé ifceAÓ -j cao 
a bí 'nA lÁiih Ai^e ? 

6. tltiAin -féuó fé An óeAnn An otnne bneóice, oaj\ Leif, 
cao a cÁimj A1|\ 1 cao nA CAob ? 

7. Af meAf f é t;un fÁf An §f tiAij An f ai-o a KS fé Atntnc ? 

8. Cé bi* Ann m Aon 6on ? 

9. An óem An oo6ctitn iAf f a6c An An nouine 00 oiaifeAcc ? 

10. An eini§ Letf ? 

11. '"Oo buAio pn Aj\ a bfeACAf-fA niAih fóf o'obAin." cé 
otiOAinc é ftn i cao oó 50 fAtb fé 'Á ca^óijac? 

12. " Cao oéAffAio oo6ctnní éoncAige -j !}AiLe Áca cLiac 
ntiAin a neoffAf An f^éut fo óóib." Cao é An fgétil é ? 

13. ttlAtfel tlÁn thón An c-AmAOÁn An *ooccúin I Cao fé 
noeÁj\ An AmAOÁncACc? 

14. An mó otnne a bí beAffCA Aige 1 noeAnmAO ? 

15. Cé'j\ b'iAO An bet|\c? 

16. Cao a oem fé leif An oÁ LomnA ? -j cao ótii^e fAn? 

17. Af mAiom AmÁineAó a bí 6ú$Ainn cAicin a o' einig An 

gfÁfAélf? 

18. An a ceAÓc AmAÓ Af An leAbAio oó cao a 6onnAic fé 
a 6tM]\ longnAÓ Ain ? 

19. Cao a 6tnihntg fé 'nA CAobP 

20. Contif a bí fé A5 ctin nA ftíg» oe? 

21. CAO é An ftíAOAf a bl f é ? 

22. Cao a 6tnn An ca]\c aij\ ? 

23. Cao a 6onnAic fé 'fA' cobAn ? 

24. Cao a •óem fé AnfAn ? 

. 25. Cao otiOAinc fe te f eAf An-clge ? 

26. An AnVLAtó a ceAp fé nÁn b'é fétn a bl Ann 111 *on óon? 

27. Cao a JÍAoófÁ An a Leiceio fin t>e meAnAC*"lt? 



5.— S5titiAi*óeAéc Ati teASA. 

ceisceAntiA. 
I. 

1. CÁ ]\Alb Atl f5U]\A10eA6c A]\ fltibAt ? 

2. Cé'n b'é au rgeutAit>e? 

3. Caúaiu a bí ah fjjeut ínfce Aic,e ? 

4. Cao bA t)óig te oume a beAt> ac, éifceAcc teif au fgeut 

CAO 'llA CAOb fAU ? 

5. "toreA|A|\ Liom 50 mbemn 'f A ' bAite." Cé oubAipc é rm 

CACA1U ? 

6. Ca-o ua CAob ^tif\ bfeA]\]\ teif beic *f A ' baite? 

7. Cé a ffeA^Aif é? 1 cao é *m ffeAg^A a cuc, fé Ai]\ ? 

8. 'Oao é aii f A§Ar oume Ati cÁittiúin ? 

9. Cao Ar 50 mbíoó fé 1 scómnuioe ac, mAOióeAm ? 

10. "UÁcúfAin éi£in eite a]\ ifiuíncin ha foiti^e." CéotibAinc 

fin ? -] cao 'ha CAob 50 nt)ubAi]\c f é é ? 

it. Cé'n b'iA-o muíncin ha noitfge ? 

12. Cao í au AnAgómc a bí ioin tÍomnAtt rnón «j Ati cÁittiúin? 



II. 

1. Cé 6uin oeine teif An AfAgómc -| conuf ? 

2. Cé'n b'é " f eAn ah ÓAipín b]\ic" ? 

3. An néiocig ixthnAitt teif ah rocAnugAÓ a oem SeÁn 
eACOfCA T 

4 conuf a CAicu fé teif An t)cÁittiúi|\ ? 

5. &6 mAn fin fém aj\ teog fé Ain # 50 f\Aib fé fÁfCA teif T 

6. CAt) é au c-Aiiif Af a bí Ai^e aja "ÓómuAtt ? 

7. CAt> a cuc, cfÁifce t)o "ÓómnAtt cun au beAfc a óéAUAifi ? 

8. Conuf a bAinfeAO fé fÁfAifi t)e'n cÁittiúi]\ t)e bA]\]\ a 
cmo mAJAIt) ? 

9. bí t)]\o6-Ainm Ai^ef ua cómAff AUAib a]\ áic Áijvgce, CAt> 

é Atl Á1C é ? 

10. *Oo cÁftA gun focA]\uiJ bei]\c eite au out 50 ocVn Áic 
pti au oió6e 6éut)UA 6un gnó Ái]\i§ce 00 oéAUAtn auu, cé'fl 
ViAt> au beifc -j ca-o é An ^nó é ? 

11. CAt) é AU 6Úlf £Uf CO§OA]\ AU Á1C fltl ? 

62 



SjjuftAitieAóc ati t^e^fAj 63 

12. An nAib Aon 6omne acu 50 mbeA-ó "OómnAtt ttlon -j An 
cÁittiúin Ann, teif ? 

13. Cia'cu t>ume acu a óuai-ó a-o' lAnnAt-ó ua cAonA6 ? 

14. Ca]\ gAib An feAn e1 ^ e ? 

15 nuAin a f noif fé cúmne nA noitige ca-o a 'óeiu fé ? 

16. Ca*o bA •óóig teif a 'óúifig é? 

17. Agtif An b'é a úiac a bí Ann ? Cé eite ? 



III. 

1. flUAin a cÁmi£ "OómnAtt ro cómne ha neitige An nAib 
aou 6omne Aige 50 nAib Aomne oeo ÍAifCiJ -oe'n f aIIa ? 

2. Coniif a n«5 fé An cÁittiúin teif ? 

3. CAt> a *óem fé teif An T>cÁittiúin nuAin a f noifeAt>An 
An 6úmne ? 

4. Cat> a ■oem An f eAn éíof «j cat> -oubAinc f é ? 

5. CAt> é An 6útf 50 nt>nbAinc fé é fm ? 

6. CAt> Ain gun éuíthnig "OómnAitt nttAtn Ainij fé An gtón 
Uifctg ? 

7. Contif a 6uin fé fgeón 1 muíucin An teAfA ? 

8. " Oo f pob p téi Af mo lÁniAib é." Cé -oubAinc é fm 
1 cé ■óó 50 |\Atb Á CAgAinc ? 

9. CAt> a "óem An tóceAihnAÓ a b< ÍAtfCig -oe'n f aIIa nuAtn 
* óonnAic fé au t>ume 1 n-meAt> nA caoj\a6? 

10. A^Uf CAt> tUAn geAtt aj\ An t>cÁittiútn mbo6c? An 6Áinig 
Aon eAg^A Ain-feAn ? 

11. Cféif ceA6c cui^e jréiu ca-o Ain 50 nAib fé aj cuítúneAm 
i n' Atgne fém ? 

12. CAt> AintJ fé AnfAn ? 
X3. Cé bí Ann ? 

14. A^uf cé meAf An cÁittitnn a bl A£ ceA6c ? 

15. CAt> -oubAinc An feAn cuAf ? 

16. Aguf cAt> t>ubAinc au cÁittiúin 'Á f n cAgAtnc ? 

17. CAt> t>ubAinc au feAn 6uAf Ainíf ? 

18. 1 ut>eine ua CAince cAt> a t>em f é ? 

19. CÁn cuic au 6AonA ? 

lo. CAt> é au f5]\eAt> a 6uin An cÁitttúin Af ? 

ai. CAt> a ■óéw au feAn cuAf nuAin Aicm f* ^ué ah cAittiéfA f 



64 fttit) éigw ^|t a« jjCApaAA,. 

IV. 

1. Cao a •óein feAj\ a« CAiplti bnic nuaif a ótof fé f^eul 

t> JnVtAtU, ? 

2 ttuAin a téim fé fíof 1 gcúinne tiA noitige cat> ó Att 
cé«vó ní , 6 aja a|\ éuin fé a tám, -j cAt> -oubAipc fé ? 
3. Cao Ain gun nuc, fé AnfAn ? 
4 tltiAin a cutn fé An c&nnA ceif c cAt) a •óem fé ? 

5. CA*o é An fneA^nA a cug An cÁiU/ithn Ain ? 

6. CACAin a CU15 SeÁn An ueAfA cé bí Ai^e ? 

7. "1f t>ócA 50 bfuVl *oeii\e Uom Anoif munAb lonAnn A'f 
ni&ih." Cé -ouoAinc é pn -j cACAin ? 

8. Cax> \ Ati ceifc a cui|Á SeÁn 1 »ocAob ua caoj\^aó ? 

9. Ca*o é An f fveAgnA a f uaij\ fé -j cé uai*ó ? 

10. Conuf a fUgA'ó An cÁiltiúin AbAite óun cíge An LeAfA ? 
Ii. CACAin a connAic SeÁn 50 mbA teif féin An CAOÍfA ? 
12. " Oióce fúgAc, mAfOtn bnónAÓ, 

A jeAnnÁm -oumn, if otc t)o §nó-fA." 
Cé t>ubAij\c An LeAc j\Ann fo -j cAt) t>ó 50 |\Aib fó 'gÁ CA^Atfc ? 



6.— tlllX) él51t1 Aft Atl SCAPAtt. 

ceisueAtitiA. 



t. An mbío-6 ttA púcAÍ ac, t)éAnAm meAj\CAilX t>o SeÁn Ua 
n-lA]\lAice teif ? 

2. Cax) a connAió fé uAin étgtn ? 

3. At) mó t)niocÁin a X>\ Atge, -j cao é An f A§Af iAt> ? 

4. CAt) é An cflí£e mAifeAccAinc a bí acu ? 

5. HuAin feACfÁ Af An bfeinm, An An gcéAt) AritAnc, c&t> a 
£vopeÁ uaic ? 

6. Aguf cao iAt) tiA f mAOinc^ a ciocfAt) ifceAÓ 'ic' Ai^ne ? 

7. Ca-o a fiAffóócÁ •óíoc fém ? 

8. Conuf a geóbfÁ fneA^fA aj\ nA ceifceAnnAib fin ? 

9. CAt) é An mí-Á'ó fé noeAna -o'ACAtn SeÁm Uí lAnÍAice 
An t)éifiJeAéc út> t>o cójjAtnc, -j cAfA-o \,e beACA t te cíof •oo 
bAinr Ar a« Áic ? 



tiut> éijpn ^p o.n 5C0.p0.tl. 65 

II. 

1. Cao a 6Ai6feÁ oéAnAth 6uii 'fiof a beic a^ac nÁ nAib aw 
áic 6óm h-otc Aguf -o'féAó fé cahiaII uaic ? 

2. Cao a 6íofÁ Anf An ? 

3. A]\ bpiÚ UA fpÁpATIIIA A bí 1*01^% UA CA|\|\A15|\eAÓAlb oa 
fao6]\Ú ? 

4. Cao féuofAÍ t>o 6uj\ ac, fÁf ioncA ? 

5. An bpéioi|\ iao t>o f Aocnú le céAÓCA ? 
6 conuf a cAiccí iAt) t>o fAocnú ? 

7. CÁ bjTAÓcí An LeAfú 'nA gcóin ? 

8. Conuf Aifcf uígcí An teAfú Ann ? 

9. An oói£ teAc gun 6]\uaio An obAin *o'acai]\ SeÁin a leicéio 
o •óéAUAm ? 

10. Conuf a beAÓ An fgeut acu t)Á mbA nÁ cunfAÍ aoti 
LeAfú o]\6a ? 

11. Conuf a bí An fjeut Ag a6aij\ SeÁm uuAin a -ó'éinig a 
6lAnn fUAf 6uige ? 

12. An món An muinigeAn a bí Ain, -j cao é An fA§Af iao ? 

13. A]\ -óuaL -oóib beic 50 WAié 6un oibfe ? Cao 'ha cAob 
50 noeineAn cú é ? 

14. Conuf oibnigeAt)íf au caLaiu f óJauca ? 

15. An noeimoíf úfÁit> -o'aou nuo 1 bfuinim cApAitt ? Caó 
tia 6Aob nÁn -óeinioíf ? 

16. Ca6aiu a bíoíf a^ obAin *f A ' Í>ouca6, -j cAt) í ati obAijx 
a oeimt)íf Ann ? 

17. Conuf a iu^Aiolf An móin AbAite teo ? Ca*o 'ha CAob ? 

18. Cao é An nuo bA fAJAfiule t>o bí 'fA* 6ómAnf Anacc ? 

19. A^Uf cao a óemeAÓ cuio oef nA cómAffAn leif au móin > 

20. Cao cuige ? 

21. Au ocuc,Aioíf ua6a 1 n-Aifge í ? 

22. Ca6aiu a geibcí geAnnA-cuio Ainicjt) tiinci ? 



III. 

1. An uoíoLao muínci|\ lAntAi6e aou ihóiti ? 

2. Cao a bíoó acu 'JÁ 6uímneArh fflA|\ JeAÍL aij\ ? 

3. Cao é au cniobtóio a bí 'fA' fgeut ? 

4. Cao iao ua ceifceAnnA a bíoó ;Acu 'gÁ fiAf nuige -ÓÁ cáilo 
fcguf a bíoó a^ óéAnAm buA]\6A óóib ? 

5. fé oeine cAt> Ain. gun focA]\uigeAOAj\ ? 

6. CÁ bf uAnA*OA|\ An c-AingeAo 61315« ? 



66 tlux> éigtn aj\ ati ^CapaU,. 

7. CAO 'flA UAob UÁ]\ mnfeAOA]\ o'Á n-ACA1]\ Atl OOA1 |\ A bl 
á]\ ptlbAt ACU ? 

8. ClA'cU feA|\ ACU 6UA10 50 h-AOHAC ttlAg6]\omuA ? 

9. Cao é Ati ^nó a bí Aige Ann ? 

10. An nAib An éuit) eile acu aj obAin ah Lá fAn mA]\ b* 
£uaó leo a beiu ? 

11. CAt) 'íia UAob T 

12. AmAÓ 'f^* tÓ CAt> A blO-6 ACU O'Á 'ÓéAUAth ? 

13. Um upÁunónA cÁ]\ §Aib beinu nú uniú]\ acu ? -| cao óuige ? 

14. An ]\Aib fé c^gAiue a]\ úuiuim n& h-oio6e ? 

15. Ca-o 'nA u<*ob nÁ]\ lúeAOAn. Aon u-f uvpéAn ? 

16. AnfAn cao Ain gup focA|\uigeAt)An eAuonÚA fém ? 

17. Ca-o 'nA UAob nÁ]\ oeigeAOAn 'ua 6oinmb ? 

18. Conuf a uÁimu, a noniouÁin -j An cajjaU, a gAn f iof oo'n 
ufeAu-oume ? 

19. Cao iao tiA ceifueAnnA a 6uineAOA]\ óun a nonioéÁp mA]\ 
JeAÍi AJ\ AU ^CApAtl ? 

20. Cauaiu a 6uíihní§oA]\ An a o'mufinc o'Á u-auaij\ 50 |\Aib 

CAp^ll ACU ? 

21. CÁn 6ui]\eAOA]\ au capaIL 1 5cói]\ ua h-oró6e ? 

22. Cao fé noeÁn é fm ? 

23. Conuf a beAÓ flí£e 00 auw ? 

24. HuAin a fuigeAOA]\ 50 léin 6un b$ó cao í An ÓAinu a bí 
A|\ fiubA^ eAuonuA ? 

35. An món, oa oói§ leo, a geobAioíf aj\ uaIaó mónA -j cao 
'ua úAob ? 

26. CAO A UAbA]\fAlOÍf A^Alle leO A]\ AlfgeAO UA UlÓUA? 

27. "OÁ bA]\n f au, cao é au bÍAO poltÁm a beA-6 acu 1 gcóiji 

*u eAnnAij ^ AU USAth]\Al6? 

28. Aguf cao Af 50 mbAinfí x\áa mAiceAfAÍ fin 50 Léin? 

IV. 

t. tlUAi|\ a bí An ftnpéAf tuue acu 00 fteMhnuiJ outne ac« 
AmA6. Cao 6uigé ? 

2. Cao a 6uij\ longuAÓ A]\ au gcuio eite nuAin. a cÁmi^ fé 
if ceA6 ? 

3. Cao oubAinu fé i conuf a LAbAin fé ? 

4. Cao oubpAOAn leif f cÁn niueAOAn ? 

5. Cao a oein beinc acu Leif au ^caoaIX? 

6. 1 gceAnn uauiaiLL cao oubAipc omne ac<I ? 

7. Au,uf cao oubAinc au cauua peAf ? 



fttlt> £l5W ±V Aíl jC^p^tt. 67 

3. Cat> 'iia £Aob tiif\ thAifc teo fetfceAth 50 mAiom ? 
9. An món acu cuaio ao' tAnnAio SeÁtn X>onncA6 ? 

10. CÁ nAib Se^n nómpA ? 

11. An bfutnifce é 6úifeAÓc? CÁ bfiof ouic ? 

12. An lAjvnAo^n 50 cnuAvó aj\ Se&n ceAÓc ^ Ati cApAÍL a 
6'f etf cmc ? CÁ of tof t>uic ? 

13. Cat) í ah ééAO cetfc A cuin SeÁn óúca ? 

14. Cat> é An f neAgnA a bf uaij\ fé ? 



V. 

1. An etnij SeÁn ? 

2. Cao iat> An oÁ ní6 a bl At^e 'Á óéAttAth 1« AonfeACC ? 

3. Cao iao ti« éetcne cetfceAnnA a ftAfnuig fé 6iob ^ é 
aj cun uime ? 

4. An tfrAifbelm An cApAÍt «a cómAncAÍ cemntf o'ÁtneAth 
BeÁn oóib ? 

5. cao a 6em SeÁn nuAin Aintg fé conuf a bí au cApAtt 
T cao oubAinc f é teo ? 

6. *' CÁ au cómAntA tf f eAnn An oothAn AgAtn aj\ An 
T>cemneAf a beié Ain." Cé «ouoAinc é pn ? Cé Letf 50 
noub&inc f é é ? Cat> é An cóthAnéA é ? 

7. An n-oemeAu cApAtt cíon t>o cogAinc ? 

8. Cao iao nA h-Ainimi6ée a co^AUAn cíon ? 

9 Cao a 6em SeÁn uuAin Ainig fé gup cómAnéA cemnif An 
CApAtl gAn An cíne t>o co^Ainc ? 

10. Cat> a meAfAT>An uuAin a connACAOAn SeÁt\ Ag JÁiní ? 

11. t,e neA|\c gÁiní cao a éetp An SeÁn a 6éAUAth ? 

12. Cao a ca^a6 auiaó Af a oéAu 1 n-meAo cAince ? 

13. Cnéif beAgÁn Aimpne cat> a éug f é f é noeAnA 'ua gceAn- 
itAÓAib ? -j cao oubAinc fé leo ? 

14. An •óemeAOAn nuo Ain ? 

15. tlÁ nAboAn AnA-neAth-éutfgionAó 1 T>cAob CApAill ? Cao 
fé uoeÁn f An ? 

16. Cia'cu acu mif oo'u cfeAn-oume uiAn JeAÍt An An gcApAtl 

•j CAéAW ? 

17. Cao oubAinc An c-AéAin Letf ? 

18. An £Á 6Ó10 oul 50 C15 SeÁn OonÓAé 1 n-Aon con? 



7.— seÁti «a gníobtA. 



ceisueAnriA. 
I. 

1. Cao S Ati jbÁtnc t>e éoncAe éoncAije 50 •octic.CAn Cacaij\ 
Onumne Ain ? 

2. "Onéin •óeAbnAim am fgéit ca-o Ain 50 ocu^cí " An Cacai]\" 

AgtJf An " *OnUinn " ? 

3. Cotitif a cutc fé AttiAé gun jIao'óa'ó " CACAtn "Onutnne " 
A|\ aíi moAtte ? 

4. Cé'n b'é " Barry the Rake " -j cÁ]\ 6ómnuig f é ? 

5. Conuf a 6ocuigeAt> fé é f ém T 

6. CAt> OA ftíge OeACA t>0 1 tJCOf a6 A f AO§Att, AgUf CAt> fé 
1toeA]\A -ÓO é CAbA1|\C fUAf P 

7. CAt> •óeineA'ó f é ttiAn geatt aj\ ha fgoiteAnnA " nÁifiúncA '* ? 

8. CÁn cuij\ Ati c-Acai|\ peAt>A|\ Aicne Ain? 

9. CÁ|\ Ai|*c|\igeA , ó An f a$a|\c ó pAj\óifce Citt thjvo ? 

10. Cé Aif cntg é ? 

11. Cat> iAt> nA pA^óifcigeAÓJA 'nA]\ 6aic fé cnéithfe fAn A 
DCÁmig fé CAn n-Aif 50 Cttt Úint> ? 

12. CAt> 'riA CAob gtin cmneAt) 50 Citt tít]\t> é ? 

13. Agtif uÁ |\Atb fAgAnc |DA|\óifce Ann ceAnA? 

II. 

1. CAt> e An gnó a bí ac, An bpnín ó £onc nA Sgetce ■oe'w 
Cf A^Anc ? 

2. An fAt>A 6 ^onc nA S^eice Citt thjvo ? 

3. CAt> S An cótn bócAin a bl A5 An fA^Anc ? 

4. Cao í An beAnnAÓc a cuc, An ftnín beAg t>o'n cfA^Anc 1 
CAt) 'nA CAob 50 nAib f é btii'óeAó x>é ? 

5 CAt> 1At> nA CtíAinifgl A bí Ag An fA^AnC 'Á 6«]\ A]\ Atl 

bfinín niAn c,eAtt An nA cótriAnf AnAib ? 

6. CAt> é An cúncAf a fUAtn fé aj\ "Barry the Rake " ? 

7. CACAin a bl An t>noc-Aimf in Ann ? 

8. CAt> a oem fA^Apc pAnóifce bAite tÍlifcéAtAig, ntiAín a 
bí ati ^ÁbcAn Atin, 6un a 'óAome t>o 6oimeÁo ó'n AthgAn ? 

9. CAt> •oob' Atnm •oo'n cfA^Anc fAn ? 

10. cé bí A5 cnÁ6c An An fA£Anc fAn -j cé teif ? 

11. Ca-o S An 6eifc a 6uin fé 6un An Acaj\ peAOAf mA|\ £eAtl 
^n, i ca-o é An y neAjnA a f uAin f é ? 

63 



SeAn 11 a 5|tíobtA. 69 

III. 

1. CÁn ihAin SeÁn Ua 5j\íobcA ? 

2. Atl ]\Alb fé jDÓfCA "] Atl |\Alb AOn mui|\l£m Aip ? 

3. Cia'cu cAilm nú buAÓAitt au cé bA fme acu ? 

4. CAt> é ah fA$Af «oume SeÁn ? 

5. An n Aib a beAn ^oncA ? 

6. 'S -oó6a, gun. CAiLín ciaIÍiíia|\ a mgeAn ? 

7. ttlAifel 11Án ihóji An cjvuaJ iat> — cnmjv neAth-goncA 1 
n-Aon cig AihÁm ? 

8. CÁ|\ imti§ A« iDAnjAAÓ Lá «j cAt> é An ci§ 50 nt>ei§ fé fé 
n-A t>ém P 

9. CAt> é An ^ÁbcAn a bí A1j\? 

10. Ca-o 'nA cAob 'nÁn. t>ei$ fé 50 t>cí nA ci£6e mó|\A 1 n-meAt> 
t>ut 50 cig SeÁm ? 

ii. Cat> a thocuig fé fA]\ a |\Aib fé 1 bfAt> Ann ? 

12. CÁn 6uin f é SeÁn At>' iAnjvAit> nA mme ? 

13. CAt> a JU15 SeÁn leif 6un nA mme a cVbAinc AbAite teif ? 

14. An bf uai|\ f é An thm ? 

15. tluAin a óeifdj An bAnnAÓ é 'nA c\Aob cAt> t>ubAinc SeÁn? 

16. tluAin a fiAfnuigeAt> t>e SeÁn An j\Aib ocnAf A1|\ CAt> é 
An f neAgnA a 6u$ f é UAit> ? 

17. An mif SeÁn An fijun neP 

18. An 6ai6u fpeA^nA SeÁm leif An mbAnnAó ? 

19. " tlí éAOAfVFAinn te nÁ'ó t>óib é." Cé t>ubAinc é fin -j cAt> 
do 50 nAib f é 'a cA^Ainc ? 

20. An t>CAifbe£nAn fAn 50 ]\Aib SeÁn món~6úifeAc 'nA ftíge? 

IV. 

1% Cat> f An 6óin a Wo'ó Ag An mbAnnAé 1 gcómnuije •] cao 
óuige. 

2. tlUAin A1|\1§ fé cAt> t>ubAt|\c SeÁn cAt> a 'óem fé -j CAt> 
a f gnlb f é fíOf ? 

3. An bfuit An béA|\f a t>e gtAn-meAOAin a$ac ? tHÁ cÁ, 
AbAin é. 

4. CAt> é An bnlg acá leif An bfocAÍ "Iíowúa"? 

3. cé 60 gun éug fé An fgpíbneoineAcc -j cAt> t>ubAi|\c fé 
t>éAnAm téi ? 

6 CAt> é An fotÁineAtfe a cug fé t>o 'ha CAob P 

7. Ca-o fé nt>eAnA t>o'ti bAjijv&A feiceAih 1 t>ci£ SeÁm 6«ti 

gO t>C10Cf At> fé éAJ\ tl-Alf P 



70 SeAn tU JpíobéA. 

8. CACAin a fnoif fé t)Aite tThfc^AtA An cAnna h-uainP ^ 
cÁn cu$ fé AgAi"ó ? 

9. nuAin a buAit fé An ■oonuf cé CAimg AmAÓ ? 

10. A.J\ cuc, SeÁn An pÁipéan t)i ? 

11. conuf a fUAip rí uai*ó é? 

12. Cat> twbAinc fi leif An fagAfc nu&in a cug f1 ati 
páipéAn -oo ? 

13. Cat> a t)ein An fA^Anc nuAin a bi An pÁipéAn téijce Ai^e ? 
•j CAt> é An c-ónt)ú a cuc, f é uAit) ? 

14. An ■ocAifbeÁnAn fAn gun óuin An c AóAin niunCAt) fpéif 
1 bf iti-óeACc ? 

15. nuAin a cugA'ó SeÁn 'ha LÁCAin aj\ Aicm fé nÁnV é ah 
rile a bí Ann ? 

16. An fAib -oeAltnAni fímplróe aj\ SeÁn ? 

17. Cat) t)ubAinc An f^Anc teif, «] cat> ónt>ui§ fé t>o'n thnAoí- 
ti§e 'nA CAob? 

18. CAt) -oubAinc An fA^Anc mAj\ teAÍt An An mbAnnAó ? 

19. An bAineAt) An c-ocpAf t>e SeAn ? 

20. An món t>e'n thw a fuAin fé ? 

21. nÁc t>óig leAc gup th&ié An bAil An SeÁn An blúine 
riLi-óeAccA beic Aige ? 

22. CAt) í An ^Áit/ce a fUAin An bAnnAC Laj\ nA ihÁineAó t 

23. Cat> é An cuineA-ó a cuja-ó t>o ? 

94. Cacaw a fgAn An c-AcAin peAt>Aj\ Leif ah bfinín mbeAg- 

V. 

1. n«Ai]\ a f^nlb An fite An béAtxfA cAt> a b1 Ai^e 'Á iA|\f\^t>? 

2. An mó cúif •o'ÁineAm fé •oo'n cfAgAinc gun ceAnc t)ó 
cnua£ beic Ai^e t)o SeÁn tlA ^niobcA ? 

3. Ca-o $ An céAt> cúif ? 

4. ca-o 'tia CAob gun cúif cj\ua§a é fin f CAt> a méAt>ui£ 
An Cf uaj ? 

5. Ca*o í An cAnnA 6úif ? 

6. Conuf a hS An rgeut nuAin a bt a wgeAn 'nA h-óiwrig 
cóm mAic te n-A mnAoi ? 

7. CAt> í An cníthAt) cúif a cug An t>Aj\nAC ? 
8 CAt> $ An ceAcnAniA-ó cúif ? 

9. Conuf a caifbeÁnAn fAn jun meAfA An ^aLa|v a bí An 
8eÁn nÁ t)Á mbA bpeoice a beA* fé ? 

10 Ca-o t>ei|\ An c-ACAin peAt>An 1 t>CAob An btuife fiti-óeAócA 
f *n ▲ f5 n ^ Afl t)A|\nAC I 



NOTES 

i.— " THERE WILL BE ENOUGH IN IT FOR US 
BOTH."— I. 

i. Siút> é ati T)iAr\TTiuio, ' that is (or, was) the Derraot.' — 3iúx> 

é may applv to pres or past time. 
3, 4. ATti' btviACAn/. . . £u l fuil. The dependent form follow- 

ing atti' b. implies ip or some other verb understood 

before it. # 
5. Óí Aictie A]\ "ó., ' D. was known.' 

9. nÁ |\Aib Atif att ac a ceAnc, ' that that was only his right.' 
11, 12. bA tttó ÁcAf o'Á bÁnn, ' who was better pleased oa 

account of it.' 
15. ca]\ éif bÁif, ' after dying ' ; ' had just died.' 
17, 18. ctiTi cATnce bAinc ai , ' to get talk out of him.' 
19, 20. if tn^n . . . 1TTOTU, ' It is a great shame for ye not 

to leave me alone to-day.' 
tx, 22. ieif att scpeAc . . . cuAf, ' with the grievous loss that 

I have lying up there 1 ' 

x.— " THERE WILL BE ENOUGH IN IT FOR US 
BOTH."—II. 

2. a 5A11 fiof t>o "ó., ' unknown to D.' 

5, 6. buAit . . . att "OoócúfA, ' D. walked east to the doctor's 
house.' 

11. óuai-ó fé ifceAé A]\1f, 'he went in further.' 

12. 13. COTTT1A1C fé ATT bójVO . . . ATT TtllAf . . . ATl COf ÓAOIf- 

f eóbA, ' he saw a big table . . . a dish . . . a leg of mutton. 
— The def. art. is used in Irish to give emphasis, espe- 
cially in describing anvthing unexpected or odd. 

13. 50 ctuAfAib, 'to the ears.'— No ari. required here in Irish. 
16. é fém . . . •óteeAll, ' to do his best to choke himself.' 
ao t 21. •oo LeAc a ftnle Ain, ' he opened his eyes wide,' lit., 

his eyes spread upon him.' 
7» 



72 NOTES. 

21. ati nu-o, 'the thing,' i.e., this extraordinar^ creature. See 

12, 13, above. 

22. -oo cóg . . . btiAil, ' he liíted his foot and kicked.' 

23. Agtif é . . . cAócui§ce, ' who was almost choked/ — 

These A£ur phrases should not be translated literally 
into English. They are often relative. Sometimes the 
Agtif may be simply omitted in translation. 

24. níojt rs A t^ • • • É!^ 1 ™» ' h e did not let go his hold.' 

25. A|t tttuVl&c . . . AttiAó é, (he was thrown) ' headforemost 

out at the door.' 
32. geibeAó . . . fétn, ' people found a joke even in that.' 

2.— MAD MICHAEL.— I. 

2. te connutgeACc Agtir rt6e VtiA'óAiti, ' for more than twenty 

years.' 
10, 11. cao é ...?.. . sfteAtititíiAft, ' What kind of place is 

it ? ' ' A queer place.' — The use of cÁ in answer to cao é ? 

is not uncommon. It is like an interjection rather than 

a reply, the true reply following it, after a comma. 
19. ní . . . *n •óuttte, ' it wouldn't give one a surfeit.' 
23. Ati óé<vo . . . utnAtti, 'the first man I met.' 
25-6. An méro . . . éóittgAn, ' those of them who were near me/ 
28. tiíon óutneA'OAn . . . lottAm, ' they paid me no further 

heed/ 
*9» 30. ac itticeAóc . . . bioWin, ' but " to go on " (*.*., 

went on) eating the watercress.' 

2.— MAD MIOHAEL.— II. 

2, 3. Cao t>o reóbrAÍ, ' what should come,' /»/., what should 

be sent, or directed.' 

3. ac bó ... Amú'ÓA, ' but a straving cow.' See 1. II. 23. 

5 ati btnnceAC \>a cntiA£inéitige, ' the most piteous bel- 

lowing.' 
8, 9. Agur Ati ttiAc-AU,A . . . rliAb, 'and when the echo had 

answered her seven times from the mountain.' 

10. Cuin p Ati CAbAtii x)í, ' she ran away/ lit. ' she put the 

ground from her.' 

11, 12. tiíon bío'óg . . . Atiti, ' not a voice of man or beast 

arose.' 
i5 Atnifciwi fcétwi bó, «I hear the lowing of a cow.' 



NOTES. 73 

2ó. níon bo^ . . . pém, ' nobody moved his own lips.' 
22-3. A|\ ah gcéA-o . . . ^dúriAf, ' at the first person who had 
broken the silence.' 

24. a bf At> Anonn t>ó, ' after a long pause.' 

25. if é nut> At>ubAtj\c f é'nÁ ' what he said was ; ' 

lit., ' the thing he said was [nothing else] than ' 

Note the absence of the def. art. before nut> in the Irish 
phrase. Also the peculiar use of 'nÁ after ir é nut>, etc. 

25. cÁ An ^LeAnn bot)An A^Atb, ' the whole glen is bothered 
with ye ' ; * deaved with your talk.' 

28. cÁmi5 UAigneAr of\m, ' I began to feel lonely/ 

30. aj bj\A£ . . . au gÁnrúin, ' expecting the boy's questioiv' 

32. j\ut> éipn ró§AucA, ' something good.' 

32. if é nut>, etc. See 25 above. 

34. 1f A^Atb . . . ^leó, ' ye were very noisy ' ; lit. $ ' it was ye 
that had the noise I ' 



3.—" YELLOW CARROL OF THE SONGS."— I. 

3. gun b'Ainm t>ó, ' whose name was * ; lit. ' that it was name 

to him.' 
6. An f At>* . . . c|\iaU, ? ' How far are you going ? ' 
12. réACAtnc . . . cnummú, ' to see if I can gather a 

meiéeAV — There is no exact English for metóeAt, ; 

English-speakers use the Irish word. 
14. uaó món bAtnce, ' nearly all cut.' 
20. cé'|\ b'é . . . buit>e, ' who was the little yellow man.' 
22. bí cof aó f neAgfVA a^ac, ' you answered before anyone 

else had time/ 



3.—" YELLOW CARROL OF THE SONGS."— IL 

«, 3, *OÁ ^cAicmn . . . Letr* ' though I should put my whole 

mind to it.' 
5, 6. b'tonn ritit>eAcc . . . 'óéAn&tfi, ' you are [always] making 

poetry ' ; lit. ' you have poetry at its malring.' 
7. t>Á bf eAt>fÁ . . . n-oeAnA, * if you could observe it.' 
10. ní Lu§a 'nÁ, ' not less than.' — The whole sentence means : 

' I never made a bit oí poetry, and not less [did I make 

!t) than did a single word ever come from mv lips out of 



74 NOTES. 

which anybody else could make poetry/ The Englis^ 

form is : ' I never made a bit of poetrv, any more íha> 

a single word ever came/ etc. 
15. cunxjreA-o . . . beAc, ' 1*11 bet you a quart of ale.' 
17. fA^Aim le Ii-ua , oaóc, ' I leave by will,' i.e., * I declare as 

truly as if it were my last wili and testament.' 

21. -oui níof pA Ain, ' get on any further with it.' 

22. 411 scuinp in au ^eAtt ? ' Will you lay the wager ? * 
24. bet-ó onc-fA •oíot, ' you will have to pay.' 

26. -o'Á ■oéAtiAni, ' at its doing.' See 5, 6 (above). 

33. cao uime 50 bfuiUn . . . émn ? ' What are you shalring 

your head about ? ' 
35-6. if olc . . . fAn, 'that green sally will make a bad 

hedge.' 
37. ttí'l a niAÍAinc A£Am, ' I have nothing else.' 
39. 411 ntm ún, ' the green stuff.' 
39, 40. •oéAnpAi'6 fé au gnó, ' it will do.' — In Irish the phrase 

would be incomplete without An gttó, cútf, or other 

noun. 



3.— "YELLOW CARROL OF THE SONGS."— III. 

n. Vféi-oin nÁn . . . ntAth é, ' perhaps I couldn't do a 

better thing.' 
12. ní't pumn . . . az;ac, ' you are not doing much good ' ; 

1 have nothing useful on hand.' 
19. Ca-o cá o|\c Anoif ? ' What's wrong with you now ? ' 
22. ac cAfA-ó le ^at) •oo cun uij\ci, ' trying to put a gad on 

it.' 
23-4. An An -ocuacaL, ' left-hand-wise ' ; 'the wrong way.' 
24. CAf An ^a-o . . . cum^e, ' twist the gad round the back 

of the swingle-tree.* 

28. ní f eAt)An ca'o é au áic Af , ' I wonder whence .' 

32 if mAic . . . a^ac é, ' you have done it well ' ; ' well 

become you ! ' 
35. An aj\ buile acaoi ? ' Are vou mad ? ' 
53-4. UÁ Ati ^eA^t . . . glAn, ' you have clean won the bet.' 
54. bA "óóig Liom . . . nó tnón, ' I think that was too big a 

jump.' 
59. tlí'l Aon mAic beic leAC, ' It's no use to be at you ! ' 

ní h-Aon mAic, etc, is also said [" and is certainly more 

correct." P. O'L.]. 



NoTES. 75 

4.— MISTAREN IDENTITY.— I. 

I. StiAf te . . , btiA-ÓAn, * upwards of sixty years.' 

3, 4. Aguf é . . . trugcnomca, ' as he was going down into tht 

town of Macroom.' See 1. II. 23. — The initial of 

iriAscnomcA is not asp. 

7. bAite rhúinne aiiia]\ . . . r é, ' he came from the west by 

Ballyvourney.' — No prep. before B'vourney necessary 
in Irish, nor ín the next line (see below). 

8. aj gAbÁit bóéAn «a Sop ríor, ' coming down by the road 

called b. nA Sop. 

9. a^ f éACAinc . . . , fé\&ÓAinu . . . Lóipoín, ' looking about 

him, to see where he would find lodgings.' — Note the 

different uses of féACAmc with and without a$. 
13. tluAij\ . . . cAicce Aige, ' when he had eaten his supper' ; 

a cui-o=his food ; his meal. 
19. óuai'ó . . . a óo'oLa'ó, ' the grazier went to bed.' — ' He went 

to sleep ' is expressed by cuic a óooIax) aiu. 
22-3. cÁ gcunrAÍ . . . é ac , ■ where should he be sent to 

sleep but . 

24. 'n-A co-oLa-ó, (he) asleep. 

25. An -oume ; def. art. for emph. See 1. II. 12, 13 
33. cuic . . . mbeinc, ' they both fell asleep ' 



4,— MISTAKEN IDENTITY.— II. 

3. if é cui^ . . . a IbS Ain, ' the doctor's opinion about him 

was that he had a fever.' 

4. n&p b'foLÁin . . . beAnnA-ó, it would be necessary to 

shave his head.' 

5. ní't . . . beA|\j\CA, ' I have not the things here to shave him 

with.' 
7. cAbAnf ai»6 . . . -óó, ' that will give him a nice cooling.' 
9. buAit . . . uime, * he met an influential neighbour.' 
n. t>o éuirnmt . . . Ain rém, ' the doctor recollected him* 

self.' 
15. cÁimg ré A^uf An cóin Ai^e, ' he went, taking his apparatus 

with him.' See 1. II. 23. (CÁmi^, ' came,' is oftet» 

used in Irish where ' went ' is said in English.) 



76 NOTES. 

18. cÁnÍA . . . ioncA, * Ít so happened that the two housés 

were on the same plan, and were done up in the same way 

inside.' 
22. aj\ An LeAOAi'ó . . . nn, ' to the same bed, ashethought, 

beside which he had been earlier in the evening/ 
25. aja colbA, ' at the outer side (of the bed).' 
25. if é bA 'óéAtiAige 6Á11115, ' it was he who had arrived last.' 
28. bí An fAobAn. . • • Aige, ' he had a perfect edge [on the 

razor].' 
29-30. bA geAnn 50 ]\Aib . . . Ai^e te h-tib ^é, ' he soon had 

the tinker's skull as bare and white as a goose-egg/ 
30. ttíon, cug f é fé noeAj\A, ' he never noticed.' 

32. glAoi'ó fé, ' he called/ ín the English sense of ' visited.' 

33. ci§ An ctnnne, ' the corner house.' 

36. x>o btiAii . . . Anonn, ' he crossed over by the bridge.' 



4.— MISTAREN IDENTITY.— III. 

3. bS LtiAfgA* . . . caIaw, ' there was a little swaving move 

ment in the ground ' 

4. ní h-Aij\-feAn a bí fé, ' it was not in hint.' 

4. cÁimg fé . . . nA beApéAn, ' he went to the house and 
walked up to the bed.' See 4. II. 15 (above). 

6, 7. bíot> 50 . . . of\6A, ' although they were very sound 
asleep.' 

n. c«Af means here ' at the head of the bed.' 

l & A 5 u f f ^ u r • • • At 5 e » 'holding a light.' See 1. II. 23. 

14, 15. ni feACAÍf ... a bí Ain, 'vounever saw such wonder 
and amazement as he was in.' 

16, 17. bAin fé . . . Aifci, ' he gave it a gentle pull or two.' 

18. -oo bnAi-6 . . . T>'ooAin, ' that beats evervthing I ever saw! ' 

23. cnomA'ó 50 mAit, ' a good finger-length.' 

24. Cat> x>éAff Ai-o -ooccúiní, ' [the] doctors, what will they 

say ? '— ^This repetition of the subject occurs in many 

languages other than Irish, and was once common in 

English, but has now fallen out of use. 
26. beix> tn'Ainm 1 n-Áin-oe, ' my name will become famous.' 
26-7. mAn •óenhmú Af An fgéAL, ' as a proof of the occurrence.' 
30. ÚA^nAinj; fé ctnre • • . ^Aob^ ' he took the soapsuds 

*nd the razor- 



*roTES 77 

35. A5 ceAÓn . . . t>o, ' as he was getting out of bed/ 
37. óun pumti . . . TDéAriAtfi, ' to ask many questions.' 
fo. óuin yé utme, ■ he dressed/ 
41. A^ttf eA^lA Ain , ' f earing that -.' See 1. II. 23. 

44. a^ cun 11 a fbi£e T>e, ' hurrying along ' ; /^7. ' putting the 

road from him.' 

45. buAib . . . uime, ' he came across a fine spring well.' 
51. riAc -oeAf An obAtn í reo! ' isn't this a nice business ? ' 

— The word obAin often keeps to its fem. pron., even 
when the ' work ' referred to is a circumstance or set of 
circumstances, such as would usually be represented by 
the pron. é {masc. for neutev). 
53. -oo gtAo'óAf . . . ^íao'óac, ' I called [you] as early as I 
could.' 



5.— THE GATHERING AT THE LISS.— I. 

3, 4. A^uf a ÓAtpín . . . A^tir f^eub . . . tnnpnc, ' in his 

speckled cap, and his knee-breeches, telling a Fenian 

tale.' See 1. II. 23. 
5, 6. 50 t>cí . . . Ann, ' until it was well past midnight.' 
9, 10. nÁ nAtb . . . A5 SeÁn, ' that John had not brought into 

the story.' 
12. ftA-pnAÍ . . . tiA "h-éineAttti, ' all the elves and fairies in 

Ireland.' 
16. b'feAnn . . . bAtle, ' I wish I were at home.' 
21, 22. tiÁ n Aib . . . Atn, ' who had no feet at all.' 
25. bí ah . . . Ai$e, ' he had a good tongue.' 

27. gun beA^ . . . AottAc, 'that he would think nothing of 

facing a whole fair.' 

28. '§Á mAoi-óeAttt, lit. ' at its boasting,' its referring by anti- 

cipation to the clause f ollowing : ' that neither ghost 

nor pooka could frighten him.' 
35-6. cÁ cúnAm . . . at) 1 t)iAi'ó, ' the people in the graveyard 

have something else to mind beside looking after you.' 
38-9. niAn 't) eA-ó . . . opc-fA, ' As if you wouldn't be afraid 

yourself.' 
40. Am' bntACAn. nÁ béA'ó, ' [I assert] upon my word that I would 

not.' Cf. 1. I. 3, 4. 
42. ttí fÁ^Anti . . . fíon é, 'that does not prevent its being 

true.' 
49. bíot) geAbl, ' I bet you ' ; lit. ' let it be a bet.' 



y8 NOTES 

5.—THE GATHERING AT THE LISS .— II. 

l. re^n An 6Aipín bnic, ' the man with the speckled cap/ 

4. rAnA*6 r é Ann, ' let him stay there/ 

5 réAt>r Ain . . . AOAite, ' you can go and íetch him homc' 
— UAbAinc le often equals the English wurd ' fetch/ 
which usually includes the three ideas of going to get a 
thing (or person), getting it, and bringing it back. 

9. -oo cuic An lu^ aj\ An Laj; a^ An •ocÁiUlithn, ' the tailor's 

courage failed altogether/ — The phrase is curious, and 
the word I115 is obscure. Suggestions connecting it 
with liigA, ' less,' and to^, ' a hollow/ are not con- 
vincing. It must be taken as it stands until research 
may make it clear. 

10, 11. Agur a naib . . . Aige, ' after all that he had said/ 

See 1. II. 23. 
13. nÁ leo^rAX) eAgl*, ' that fear would not allow/ 
15, 16. 50 mbéA'6 . . . a irium Ai^e, ' that he would have com- 

pany as long as he had the tailor on his back/ 

19. t)e bÁj\j\ a 6ot>' cAince, ' to pay him out for all his talk/ 

20, 21. buAiLi'ó . . . , bo6c, ' Let ye lift the poor man up on 

my back/ 

31. tlí nAib . . . T>óib, ' they thought there was no safer place 

for them/ 

32. ah cúmne céA-onA út), ' that same corner/ 

33. coirc, . . . An Áic, ' because of the ill name of the place ' 

(for being haunted). 
35. CAbAin leAc An cAonA, ' fetch the sheep/ See 5, above. 
42. An -otnne. See 1. II. 12, 13. 
43-4. peA|\ nA caoj\a6, ' the man with the sheep/ 



5.— THE GATHERING AT THE LISS.— III. 

r. 50 rAtÍA . , . t,Armui6, ' to the outside of the grave-yard 

wall/ 
2. 6uij\ ré . . . 'n-A furóe, ' he put the tailor sitting/ 
4, 5. 'JÁ teo£Ainu . . . 6úiníie, ' letting him down over the 

wall into the corner/ 
6. pu^ ré . . . uaLa6, ' he took the load in his arms/ 

9, 10. rcAoit ré . . . cÁiUliúin, ' he let go of the tailor/ 

10. at) £aio . . . 6orAib, ' as long as his legs would carry him/ 



NOTES. 7$ 

13. utnu fé 1 bAige, ' he f ell in a faint. 

-ío, 21. T>o fspob • • • é, ■ she snatched hvm away out of my 
hands/ 

24. 5tir\ bAineAt) geic Af, ' that he was startled ' ; lit. ' that a 

start was taken out of him.' 

25. tío ruc yé leir fém, ' he made off'. 

28-9. ntiAip a bí . . . úuAf Aip, ' when Big Donal had a grip 

of him above.' 
$3. ní j\Aib blínne . . . gurvb' é "O., ' he had no idea but that 

it was D.' 
34. az; ueAcc 'gÁ iAr\pATÓ, ' coming to feích him/ 
55. fé niAn t)o geAULvó x>ó, ' as he had been promised.' 
36-7. 'o'Á iTiéiT) mAoix)eAiri . . . púcAÍb, ' f or all the boasting he 

had ever done about his fearlessness for spooks.' 

38. nÁn iiii|"oe . . . ^eAfOA, ' it would not be amiss for him 

to boast still more thenceforth.' 

39. a$uj\ é . . . cAiceArh Anr-ú-o, ' seeing that he had spent a 

couple of hours there.' 
45. ní ^éAt>|?Ainn bneiú Ain, 'I could not catch him.' 
46-7. Cat) é . . . mA|\ fin, ' What is that you are saying ? ' 
47. Cat) é mAn gnó •ómu , ' What sort of behaviour is it 

for you ? ' 

51. beij\ Air\ feo uahii, ' take this from me.' 

53-4. -oo fgAOib . . . rhAi\b, ' he dropped the dead sheep down.' 

,57-8. x)'Aicm . . . é, ' the man above recognized it.' 



5.— THE GATHERING AT THE LISS— IV. 

£,2. tlttAin . . . óun *oe, ' When Big Donal had got over 

his terror.' 
7. aó buAbAt) . . . aiuac, ' but to walk out at the door.'— No 

prep. in Irish here before aii •oonur'. 
12. x> , Aini§eA'OAr\ An «ounie . . . cneA-oAi§, ' they heard some- 

body below, grunting/ See 1, II. 12, 13, and 1, II. 23. 
18. A5 bneiú aj\ cboi^eAnr» A1|\, ' catching him by the head/ 
22. ó f é if r;eA|\r\ a úuisfip, ' since that is what you will 

know best.' 
27. mur\Ab ionAnn A'f r\iAir>, ' if not the same as before '; i.e., 

* if it never was so before.' — The whole phrase means : ' I 

suppose there is ap end of me now, whatever there was 

before.' 



80 NOTES. 

28. cé leir ? ' to vvhom belongs ?' 'whose is ? ' 

33. Ó05 SeÁti . . . leif, ' John took up the tailor in his arms.' 
38-9. Oróée fú^AÓ, etc. 

' A merrv night, a sorry morn, 
Bad work yours, my brown garraun.' 

6,— SOMETHING WRONG WITH THE HORSE.— I. 

i, 2. " rpj\io . . . i'coca." ' the ghost of a pig in the form of a 
stocldng-vamp.' (séronA, pp. 177-8.) 

4. 5. aha -óeAcAin a f Aoénú, ' very difficult to till.' 

5. t>á bréAórÁ uaic, ' if you were to look from you ' ; i.e., if 

you looked from where you stood, without walking over 
the land. 

6. 5A11 UAicige . . . Leicéio, ' if you were not accustomed to 

such places.' 
6. 00 btiAilfí . . . Aigne, ' you would be convinced.' 
8. 11 k aoii cpA§A|* . . . Airci, ' nor to make anything out of it 

at all.' 
10. ní feicreÁ tiAic aó , ' you would see nothing abroad 

but .' See 5. above. 

10. ah tiAtb, ' a heap,' lit. ' the heap.' See 1. II. 12, 13. 

11. 'h-a ^cnuACAib, ' in stacks.' 

12. 50 cn.uAió A^ttf ^o lom, ' very hard and very bare ' — 

50 has often an intensive í orce. 
16, 17. m-A Leicéro . . . t)íoL Ar ? ' in such a scrub of a 
place, and attempt to pay rent for it ? ' 

18. ^nó tiA li-éijAeAnn, ' Irish affairs.' 

19. A11 con . . . éineAnn, ' the conditions under which the 

Irish people lived.' 
21-2. cao é An nttó,£Ax> . . . néi-óe, ' how the Gaels were driven 

out of the smooth level lands.' 
24-5. beACA . . . ArcA, ' to make a living and a rent out of 

them.' 
27. Ati oéinióeAóc . . . cÓ£Ainc, * to take that dairy-íarm.' 



6.— SOMETHING WRONG WITH THE HORSE.— II. 

3. A^u-p -o'péAc ré -óuic, ' as it appeared to you.' 
5, 6. ioin . . . ir ci&, ' in between the rocks.' 

7. cuíbfAc LeACAn, ' fairly wide.' 

8. 50 bpéAt)f aí, ' that it was possible ' ; ' that one could.' 



NOtBS. 8l 

11. gtin Vfié . . . troiiAji 'that they were worth the trouDie 

taken over them ' ; lit. ' worth what was got oí theír 
trouble/ 

12. "oo caicuí, ' it was necessary ' ; ' one had to.' 
12. obAin tÁm. — Here, bÁm ís gpl. 

19. tiA t)Aoine a CAiceA'ó — , ' it wasthe people who had to — / 

20. t>á mbA . • . oncA, ' if the top-dressing were not put upon 

thera.' 
24. 50 ocí 5«|\ . . . ótnse, ' until his children grew up for him' ; 

to be useful to him. 
26. 50 teACAn bÁi-oin, ' very broad and strong/ See 6. I. 12. 

29. ati ctmine bA tti§A, ' the smallest corner/ 

30, 31. ($Ati) a beAj; , . . bAmr Af, ' wit*>out getting more or 

less profit out of it ' ; lit. ' without getting its little or 

its much of profit/ etc. 
33. mór\Án poncAig, 'a great deal of bog/ 
39. b1o*6 5Á0 . . . r a cf nÁi-ó, ' turf was needed in the town/ 
41-2. ntiAin . . . f tiAn, ' when the cold weather used to come. 
43- 5eA|\nA-6tno Aifgi'o, ' a tidy little bit of money.' 



6.— SOMETHING WRONG WITH THE HORSE.— III. 

1. -oo UU15 mumcin lAnlAice, ' the Hurlevs saw ' ; ' perceived.' 
4» 5- pinsmf beA^A Ain^i-o, ' a f ew coppers J ; ' a little money.' 

8. nÁn bftnnirce t>o teiJeAf, ' whlch it was not easy to 

remedy.' 

9, 10. An món . . . t>íoL, ' how much turf would they have to 

sell.' 
12. t>á ^ceAnntJiJcí . . . cÁijvoe, ' if the horse were to be 

bought on credit/ 
15. A5 cun 'f A5 cniceAm, ' putting [one view of the case] and 

balancing ' [with another] ; debating. 

17. fUAnAT>An . . . An lAfAóc, *they borrowed some of the 

money.' 

18. ó ceAnntn>óe .... gConcAig, ' f rom a butter-merchaní 

in Cork/ 

19. An r eAj\ bA f ine acu, ' the eldest of them/ 

26. ac iat> . . . An breAn, ' for thinking of the man/ 

27. contif a tVeineócAT) teif, ' howthings would go with him.' 
29. ní féAt)Ai , oíf . . . f éAÓAinc, ' they could not cease looking. 
aj. réAÓAinc a' bfeiciT>íf, ' to see íf they wouid see/— Sec 

last note (above) and 4. I. 9* 



%2 NOTES. 

32. n1 tAAib fé cA^Atce, • hehad not come.' — The verb to be is 

used here in Irish. 

33. aj\ Ca|\]\ai5 iia 5CeA)\j\bAó. — Ar\ does «0/ aspirate the initial 

of a word beginning a deíinite place-name. 
33. ac, f Ai]\e Ationti, * loofing out across country.' 
35. tia ati feAt\ . . • fcAOAipc teif, ' nor the man who was to 

bríng the horse.' 
39, 40. buAil f é . . . aii ctóf ifceAC, * he and the horse 

walked into the yard to them.' 
42. cé tJAi-ó ti-Ap . . . é, ' from whom he had bought him/ 

(tl-AtA = 5UrA). 

46. an ttiAi-oiti AttiÁt|AeAó a bí óu^Aititt, ' the next morning/ 
48. niAtA a mbíof) ttA bA, ' where the cows used to be/ 
50. cuti bí-ó, ' to table ' ; ' to their meal.' 
57-8. 1 scóitA Att eAnrvAtg, ' against (as a provision for) the 
spring.' 

59, 60. tlí t\Aib . . . tiAitA ftti, 'there was no yellow meal ín 

use at that time.' 

60, 61. níotA b'fiof . . . fAtt ! * There was no knowing what 

b«nefits would be gained from that horse.' 



6.— SOMETHING WRONG WITH THE HORSE.— IV. 

2. 50 bf aJa-ó f é . . . Af *f, ' that he might take another good 

look.' 
10. f ata a . . . feAti-ouitie, ' lest he should wake the old 

man.' 
13, 14, Ati feAt\ a bí . . . ceAtitiAé, ' the man who had just 

bought the horse.' 

18. cu^a'oata cAttiAtt, ' they spent some time.' 

19. §Á cimitc . . . ctnge, ' rubbing him with wísps of straw.' 
22. cÁ fé óóm triAic . . . A5AITIT1, ' two of us may as well.' 
24. f éACAinc Atf , ' to look at him.' 

26. nÁ •oéAtifA'6 fé ATi 511 ó, ' wouldn't it do ? ' See 3. II. 39, 

40. 
28. um a« -ocaca fo •o'oi'óóe, ' at this time of night.' 
38. cé 'n b'iA-o, ' who they were.' 

40. cAom éijTn brveóiceAÓcA, ' some attack of illness/ 
42. ca-o if ceAfc . . . -oó, • what we ought to do for him." 
42-3. mÁ JeibeAtin . . orvAinti, ' if he dies on our hands/ 



NOTES. 83 

43 cÁimí'o cneACc* Amme 'f AtnAó, ' we are ruined out and 

out.' 
47. 5AC Aon juid Ain, ' evervthing the matterr with him.' 
31. Aon cAinoe ■óéAnAm t>ó, ' to do him any £/ood.' 
52. CAn Lititi 50 bféACAin Atn, ' come withus andlookat Wm/ 

6— SOMETHING WRONG WITH THE HORSE — V. 

3. Ca*o iat> . . . CAtfbeÁmc? ' What svmptoms of íllness does 

he show ? ' 

7. Sm é acá 'Án mAnbíá, ' that is just what is puzzling us.' 

8. ní ctnneAtin . . . con oé, ' he does not make any move at 

all.' 
8. otc mAic nÁ •oonAi'óe, ' good, bad or indifferent ' ; lit. ' bad, 

good or wretched.' 
11. bnóg teif, ' one of his shoes.' 
16, 17. 1f mife ctig • . . Ain, ' I was the first tp notice that he 

was sick.' 
21. nion co£Ain f é a óíne, ' he has not chewed his cud.' 
23. A5 t>ub . . •„ ^Átní, 'fainting with laughter.' 
25. A5 imceAóc Af a meAbAin, ' going out of his mind/ 
25-6. ctnn ré ctin t,AbAncA, ' he tried to speak.' 
26-8. cóth ittAú . . . a ca^ax) Af, ' as soon as he moved his 

mouth to speak, it was a shout of laughter that came 

out of it.' 
29. Agtif a mbéil aj\ ieACA*6, ' with their mouths wide open.' 

See 1. II. 23. 
29, 30. A^tif nÁ feA*onAT)An . . . a theAf, ' and " that they 

did not know " {i.e. they not knowing) what to say or 

to think.' 
31. ctig f é . . . fgeón ionCA, ' he saw their dismay.' 
44-5. -oÁ mb'Átb beó ... x)óth-fA, ' if they would only have 

told the thing to me.' 
}, *oo neóff Atnn -oóib, ' I would have told them.' 

7.—JOHN GRIFFIN.— I. 

4, 3. cimóeAlt f ice péinf e . . . ^AOice, ' about twenty 

perches or so west of the part of the road that is 
called Windy Gap.' 

q. •óeAbnóóA-ó An fjéAl gtin flA * seems by ali accounts 

th^t — ^* 



54 NOTES. 

ii, 12. *f fAn a cáj\Ia . . . moAtte, 'from that fact it hap 
pened that C. D. became the name of the old castle and 
of the townland/ 

17. a bícó ac, imceAcc, ' who used to go about.' 

18. AC,ur tiA cótttA]\rAin 'Á cocú, ' and whom the neighbours 

used to keep • (or feed). — See 1. II. 23. 
20, 21. mAi§ircin. . . . a fAogAii, 'he began life as a school- 

master/ 
22-3. ei|\ige Af ad ooaij\ rin, ' to give up that work.' 
25. CtnneA'OAn . . . te rÁn me\ ' they drove me out ínto cold 

and wandering * ; ' out of house and home.' 
31. A5 caoaij\c . . . pAnóirce, ' to take charge of the parish.' 

— aj before a v.n. often expresses purpose. 



7.— JOHN GRIFFIN.— II. 

3. ^ao-óac oIa, ' a sick call.' 

8. cAOAj\fAT> . . . •ótiic, ' I will give you a drive home/ 

10. 11Á fAOAifv . . . a^ac, ' mav you never be without a con- 

revance ! * 

11. C|\omAf An . . . ctan Ain, ' I began to ask him news ol 

the neighbours.' — Note the use of cuja aij\ here, after 

CUAtnir^. 
14. a^ x>éAtiAtri 50 tnAic, ' prospering ' ; ' doing well.' 
15-16. A|\ a itia1ai|\c *oe cumA, ' [doing] otherwise.' 
17-18. cÁ ré cAn érp ... -óó é ! ' he died long ago, may il 

be well with him ! * 
2 5- A 5 F A 5 A1 ^ ^Áif coir tiA ^cIacaó, ' dyingbesidetheditches.' 
28. ní |\Atb Ai^e ac , ' there was nothing for him to do 

but .' 

31. tiíon nó ftnnirce, ' it was not very easy.' 

32-4. h&. mmic . . . beA^A rém, ' often the lack of food was 

more pinching in the big houses than it was even in the 

little houses.' 
36-7. ntiAi]\ a cÁimc, . . . moAile rin, ' when the hunger became 

sharp ín that town.' 
38-9. *oo •ó&oinib boccA . . . rm, ' to the poor people of that 

town.' 
39. ré mA]\ . . . 3Á0 \,éi, ' according as it was most needed.' 
39. toniAtiAó Ab eA'ó é, ' he was an O'Brien.' 
42- SeAt) Anf An cu, ' well, go on (with your story).' 



NOTES. 85 

7.— JOHN GRIFFIN.— III. 

I, 2. aj\ Cacaij\ T)]\uinne. See 6. III. 33. 

3. jDAf . . . Ann rém, ' a little bit deficient.' — Atiti rém need 

not be translated. 
5. -oon&r . . . aj\ rA*o, * worst oí all.' 
10. 11. ir t>óca . . . cetpice aija, ' I suppose the big houses had 

failed him.' 
12. btúine be n-ióe, ' a bit to eat.' 
14. nÁ nAib . . . An cige, ' that there was not a morsel of food 

under the roof of the house.' 

16. ctno t)e'n mm reo, ' some of this meal [that you know of] 

— reo implies the knowledge. 

17. 'a CAbAinc aitiac, lit. ' at its giving out.' 
19. A^uf mÁÍA Aic,e, ' taking a bag with him.' 

19, 20. úÁmt^ ré . . . rol-Am, ' he came back with the bag, but 

he brought it empty. — See 1. II. 23. 
21. Ca-o 'n-A CAob . . . LeAc ? ' Why haven't you brought the 

meal ? ' 
31. A^tif ^eAng Ai]\, ' angrily ' ; ' in anger.' 
34. tlí cAOAnf Atnn . . • •óóto é, ' I wouldn't give it to them 

to say.' 



7.—JOHN GRIFFIN.— IV. 

1. t>o cAnn&nj; . . . LÁicneAÓ, ' Barry at oncetookout .' 

6. acá 50 ^tmcA bíomúA, ' who art so clever and so polished,' 

or 'learned.' 
10. béró ré AtntAfó óoróce, ' he will always be so.' 
16. oul cAinir reo, ' gobeyondthis ' ; ' go any further.' 
32. Am' bo-ónA-ó, ' bothering me.'— b often resists aspiration 

after m. 
38-9. An cúir^e n aj\ béig, ' the moment he read it.' 

56. a -óóicm te n-ice, ' plenty toeat ' ; ' asmuch ashe wanted.' 

57. cÁ bfAgA* j é, ' where he would get— — .' 

57-9. rtiAin ré . . . f a mÁt,A ■61, ' he got as much of ít (01) as 

he could carrv away in the bag.' 
62. ^ac Aon tiAin, ' whenever.' 

65. a tÁn eile cAince, ' a great deal of talk besides.' 
68. t>o rgAoiteAr «Aim Ati pinín beAg, ' I let the little man go.' 



86 NOTE$ 

7.— JOHN GRIFFIN.— V. 

r. féAÓA'ó aot» -otJitie aj\ , ' letanvone lookat ; examine / 

2. bí . . . 'Á ia|A]aai'6, ' he was askingfor the meal.' 

2-4. b\ Aif\ . . . •oo SeÁn, ' he had to tell why the priest ought 

to feel pity íor Jobn.' 
6, 7 tií 'l Aoti . . . vp mó, ' there is no greater object oí pity on 

this earth.' 
8. rn éA-oui£eAnn pé Ati cntiAg, ' it increases the pity.' 
11. b'é Ati -oonAf aj\ ^At), ' it wasthe mischief entirely/ 
15, 16. b'féroi|\ 50 . . . A|\ ah "ocig, ' perhaps the house might 

have some decent appearance.' 
20, 21. b'féroip 50 bféA-ofAÍ . . . féin, ' perhaps there might 

be some hope oí hls recovery.' 
23-4. ^An Aon crúit ... 50 »oeo I ' no hope at all of his ever 

recovering from that disease ! ' 
25. A5 féACAmc -oó . . . cj\ua£a, ' when he considered those 

four reasons for pity.' 

28. «oo léigeAf . . . tAfAécA, ' I have read poetry in foreign 

languages.' 

29, 30. «oo buAi*ó An blúine beAt; ftli'óeAécA fAti . . . An— , 

'that little bit of poetry surpasse» / 



VOCABULART 

(In some cases alternative spellings are given.) 



A' (Af ) , out ; out of ; f rom. 
AbAite, home ; homeward. 
AbpAT) (1 b r *>o), long ; f ar ; a 

long time or distance. 
Abur (Abrur), on this side 
(where the speaker is) ; over 
(to this side). 
AoeineA-ó, used to say. 
AqiAó, eerie ; haunted. 
*Sai*,/., theface. aj\ a., for- 
ward. ceAnn An a., straight 
ahead. a. t>o éAbAinc aja, to 
f ace ; go up to ; encounter. 
Aice, /., proximity. 1 n-A. le, 
near ; beside. Atn' a., beside 
me. 
^Jjne, /., the mind. 
M» /•» pleasure ; a wish. «oÁ 
mb'Áit teó — , if they would 
only— •. 
AitteAcc (ÁitneAéc), / , beautv. 

au a., to perfection. 
Aimp§im, I get ; procure. 
•o'Aimrig ré a bACA, he took 
up his stick. 
Ainifin., /., g. Aimrine, time ; 
weather. »onoc a., bad wea- 
ther. An tjjaoc a., the bad 
times, i.e., the f amine. 
Aitnm, Aitim, m. and/., a name. 
Ainoe, in phr. 1 ti-Át)voe, up ; 

on high ; celebrated. 
41 P e »/«» c are ; atteniion. 



Ai|\5eATj, m. ; g. Aip5it), silver ; 

money. 
Aipigim, I hear. -o^inig ré, 

3 sg. past, he heard. ai \\eóc cÁ, 

2 sg. cond. (if) you were to 

hear. 
aij\hj I excl. * aroo/ 
Aip-reAn, onhim (emph.). 
aij ci, out of her, it. 
Áic,/. lg* Áire. a place. 
AiueAnn, 'm. and. /. ; g. Aicrnti, 

furze. 
Aiúne, /., acquaintance ; know- 

ledge ; recognition. 
Aicmgim, I know ; recognise. 

T>*Aiéin ré, 3 sg.past, he knew. 
AttcAéc, /., wildness ; amaze- 

ment. 
Atttif, m. ; g. Atttitf, sweat. 
Am, m., time ; a time ; occasion. 

1 ti-Am, in time. 
Áth, but ; however. 
AmÁm, only. 
AmÁineAó (i mbÁnAó), to- 

morrow. 
AmAnc, m., alook; glance. 
AmbArA, see bA-pA. 
AmeAfg (1 meAfg), among. govs. 

gen. 
AmtAró, so ; thus. ir a., it is 

the case. ^un b'A., that it was 

thecase. (ir AmtAiT> may often 

be omitted in translating.) 



8? 



88 



VOCABULARY. 



AtnnÁn, m., a song. 
ÁméA6, but ; however. 
Atnú'óA, Ainú', astray. 
Amui6, out ; outside ; without. 

a. 'r ahia6, out and out. &. 

ua6a, away from them. 
aiia, very ; great. a. moc, very 

early. 
AtiMce, (Ati^At)), m., a storm ; 

hence, a terribíe fright. 
An Ál, /. ; g. aháLac, d. AnÁtL, 

the breath. 
AtiAm, m. ; g. AtiótriA, old pU 

AtiAtnAH, the soul ; life. 
Atit>Aig, excl., well ; indeed. 
An^An, from the west. 
Ann, in him ; in it. a. rém, in 

himself , itself. 
Anoir, now. a. beA^, just now ; 

a moment ago. 
Ationn, over (from the speaker). 

Abp/-o a. ■oó, after he had 

waited a long time. 
Anjúo, vonder. 
AntiAf, down (from above to 

the speaker). 
AoileAc, m., dung ; maoure. 
Aoinne, (AomneAc), anyone. 
Aoif, /., age ; an age. 
Aon, one ; any. ^ac a., every. 

a. btúi^e, a single bit. 
aoha6, m. ; g. AonAig, a f air. Ag, 

or An, An a., at the fair. 
AonAn, m. t singleness ; solitude 

(from Aon f eAn, one man). 1 

n-A AonAn, by himself ; (he) 

alone. 
Aon^eAóu, one time. 1 n-A.,to- 

gether ; at once. 1 n-A. Le, 

with ; together with. 
aotca, aged ; old. 
AnAon, both. Án n-oóifcm A. f 

enougb for both of us. 



AfvbAfv, m. ; g. AnbAin, corn. 
Ájvo, adj., pi. ájvoa, and adv., 

high ; loud ; loudly; (used in 

tensivelv) Áno CAiteArh-Aim 

pne, great fun. 
Anéin, last night. 
Anír, again. 
A|\f a, said (used only in quoting 

the exact words). 
a£aij\, m. ; g. ACAn, a íather, 
acaoi, vel. form of cÁi|\ or caoi,/ 

you are. 
ácav, m. ; g* ÁCAtr, happiness ; 

joy. bí Á. aij\, he was glad. 



bACAÍAinn, d. of bACAÍA,/. sing., 

the arms. 
bÁo, m.. a boat. 
bAiie, m., a place ; town ; town- 

land ; home. An b,, (our) 

home. ta b., at home. b. ! 

beA^ Cill XX i ja-o, the little town | 

of Rilworth. 
bAile Áca cWc, (btA'CtiAC, or 

Ác CliAc), Dublin. 
t)Aite Coicm, Ballycotton, Co. j 

Cork. 
bAtle triifcéAtA, Mitchelstown, \ 

Co. Cork. 
bAiÍe liiúinne, Ballyvourney, Co. \ 

Cork 
bAiLigim, I gather ; collect ; as 

semble. bAibi§eAt)A|A, 3 pL 

past, they gathered. 
bAibigce, pp., congregated ; as- 

sembled. 
bAimni, I cut ; take. b. te, I 

belong to ; have to do with. 

bAtn ré, 3 sg. past, he cut. 

bAir.i'oír 3 pl. háb. past, they 

used to cut. 'oo bAtneA'ó 

geic Ar. past auton., he was 



VOCABULARY. 



89 



startled ; [something] ' took 

a start out of him.' 
bamne, m., milk. 
bamc, v.n., cutting ; taking. b. 

Af , obtaining from ; ' getting 

out of him.' A5 b. coipce, 

cutting oats. 
bAir, d. ; see bAr. 
bAÍl, m. ; g. bAilb, a spot ; a 

place. mr z;&c Aon b, every- 

where. aj\ b. f soon ; by and 

bye. 
baltnc (bAtA-o, botA'ó), w., 

odour ; scent ; smell. 
bÁn, adj. ; pl. bÁnA, white. 
oao§aI, m. ; g. bAojAil, danger. 
bÁnn, m. ; g. bÁpnA, a top ; 

crop ; f ruit ; result. -oe b. , in 

return f or (as reward or punish- 

ment). x>'Á b., on account of it. 
bAf,/. ; g. bdv e, d. bAi]\ the palm 

of the hand. cóm Lom be 

m'bAir, as bare as the palm of 

my hand. 
bár, m. ; g. bÁir , death. bÁr 

•o'f'ÁgAil, to die. 
bAf a, inphr. Atn' bAfA, índeed ; 

truly. (This phrase is one of 

those that have been called 

1 dis-harmed,' Am' bAf a stand- 

íng instead of Atn' bAirce, 

' by my baptism.') 
bArgAice, pp., wounded ; hurt j 

injured. 
beAO (fut. of cÁirn), I will be. 
be<vó (3 sg. eondít. of cÁirn) would 

be. t>Á mbe<vó, suhjunc, if 

there were. 
beaj;, adj., little ; small. 511 n h. 

Aij;e , that he would think 

little of . 

béAl, m. ; gs. and npl. béil, the 

mouth. 



beAnnAóc,/., a blesslng. 

béA^A, Beara. 

béAnpAÍ, condit. auton. of beinim, 

I bear ; carry, etc. 
héAnrAioíf, they would carry. 
beAjmA, /. ; g. beannAn ; d. 

beAnnAm, a gap. 
beAn]\AO, v.n., shaving. 
beAn|\Aim, I shave. -oo beAnn, 

3 sg. past, shaved ; beA^AnrAt), 

I wilí shave. 
beA^nóA, g. of i/.n. cóin h., 

shaving apparatus. 
beAnc, /., an act ; plan. An h. 

•oo óéAnAm, to do the deed ; 

carry out the intention. 
be^cA, life ; livelihood. 
béicim, I shout ; yell. t>o héic, 

3 sg. past, yelled. 
béite, m. and /., a meal. (Sel- 

dom used without bí-6 follow- 

íng.) b. bíó, a meal of f ood. 
beip, imper., take ; carry. bein- 

re beAc é, you carry it. 
beinc, /., g. beipce, a pair ; a 

couple (of persons). 
beipce, pp., taken ; won (a bet). 
heic, v.n., being. ó leAc, to ' be 

at you ' ; to try to get the 

better of you. 
beícig, (beicigig), g. of beici 

JeAó, a beast ; animal. 
bénrA, a verse. 
biA-ó, m. ; g. bío, food. 
bícó, imper., let it be ; be it. 

Used in sense of • al- 

though.' 
híoo (3 sg. hab. past oí cÁirn), 

used to be. 
010-65, 3 sg. past of bí 0*65^11*1, I 

start ; jump up suddenly. 
bioÍAn, m. ; g. biolAip, water 

cress. 



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V0CABULARY. 



bíomAin, we were. 

bíonn, hab. pres., there is ; ' does 

be.' 
bíof, I was. 
bic, m., world ; in phr. aj\ bic, 

in existence ; at all. 
biceAmnAc, m., a thief ; rogue. 
btÁpnA, /. ; g, blÁpnAn , d. 

btÁpnAin (always with def. 

<wtf.), Blarney, Co. Cork. An 

btÁj\nA, Blarney ; f a btÁ]\- 

tiAin, ó'n mbtÁnnAin, at, from, 

Blarney. 
bW-óAin, /., gs. and npl. 

bli&T>nA ; pl. also btiA'óancA ; 

a year. 
bttnpe, m., a bit ; scrap. b. 

fitróeAccA, a bit of poetry. 

(ní nAib) bttnpe niAm, (not) 

the least bit in the world. 
boc, a buck. boc riA CAnnAige 

(a man's nickname). 
bocc, poor. 

bo-óan, deaf ; deafened ; 'deaved.' 
bo-on.A'ó, v.n., deafening ; ' deav- 

ing ' ; bothering. 
bo^, soft. 50 b., very soft ; 

softly. 
bo^Aim, I move. t)o bo^, 3 sg. 

past, moved. ^o^a^, 3 sg. 

hab. past., used to move. 
bo^-fCAc^'ó, a gentle pull. 
bójvo, m. t a table. 
bor-^A, m., a box. 
bócAj\, m. ; g. t bócAin, a road. 
bnAon, m., a drop. 
bnAc, v.n. a^ b. An, depending 

on ; trusting to ; expecting ; 

looking for. 
bneAc, adj. ; g. bnic, speckled ; 

striped ; variegated. 
bpeAg, pl. and cornp., bneAgcA» 

fine ; beautif ul. 



bpeatt, m., a disfigurement ; 

hence, a fool. 
bpeip,/., an increase ; more. 
bneic, v.n., bearing ; carrying ; 

taking ; laying hold. a^ b. 

aj\ ctoi^eAnn aij\, catching 

him by the head. 
bjxeóice, ill ; sick. 
bneóiceACc,/. ; g. bneóiceAécA, 

illness. 
b|\iAnAc (adj.form), an O Brien, 
bj\iACAj\, m. and /., a word. 

Am'b., upon my word. 
bpic, g., see bj\eAc. j:eAn An 

cAipín b., the man with the 

speckled cap. 
bj\ir , eA'ó, v.n. breaking. 
bpifim, I break. a bpif, reU 

3 sg. past, who broke. 
bjvifce, pp., broken. 
bjvírce, m. sing., breeches. 
fop°5>./-; S' b n o1 5 e * <*• bj\ói5, | 

pl. bpóga, shoe. 
bjvónAc, sad ; sorry. 
bnocAtÍAó, hot. 
bj\tiAó, m. t a bank ; brink ; 

edge. 
bptiigce, pp., crushed. 
bnACAilt, m. ; pl. buAÓAittí, a 

boy ; servant. 
buAróim, I beat ; overcome ; 

win (game or bet). -oo buAi-ó, 

3 sg. past, beat ; has beaten. 
buAróce, pp. t beaten ; defeated ; 

won. b. ^Iah, beaten (or 

won) clean ; completely. 
bu&il/im, I strike ; knock. b. 

irceac, I walk in. b. foip, I 

go east. buAit pé uime, he 

met him buAiti'ó óu^^m , 

give me here . -oo 

buAite^-ó, past auton, t>Q 

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buAilce, pp., beaten. b. aiiiaó, 

exhausted. 
buAipc (buAi'óijAc),/. ;g. buAnéA, 

grieí ; trouble. 
buite, yellow ; sallow. 
buile, /., g. same, madness ; 

fury. t)Aoine b., mad people. 

míceÁl tiA buibe, Mad 

Michael. aja b., mad. 
btnVle, m., a blow ; stroke. b. 

beA^, a little bit. b. 'ótog, 

one stroke of the clock, i.$. 

one o'clock. 
buímpéi|', /., g. buímpéife, a 

vamp. 
búi]\ceAC, /., a bellowing ; 

bellow. 

CÁ, where (usually with eclipsis). 

cÁ 5cu]\p&í é, where shouid 

he be put. ca bpof t>Aoib, 

how do ye know ? 
ca-o, what. c 'cÁ Aip, what is 

wrong with him. c unne ? 

whv ? from what cause ? 
CAinr, /. ; g. cAince, talk ; 

speech ; a word or remark. 
cAiric, v.n., talking. 
CAipíti, m., a cap. 
c'Áijvoe, m., respite ; credit. aj* 

c, on credit. 
cAifleÁn, m. ; g. cAifbeÁin, a 

castle. 
CiiceAc There are severai 

little villages of this name 

near Macroom 
cAiceAm, v.n., throwiug ; using ; 

spending. 1 50., during. c. 

Aimpj\e, pastime ; fun. 
c^icsm, I thiow ; spend ; use ; 

eat, etc, I must. cAiceAr- 

uAim, I threw away. cÁn. 

éAicir ? where have vou 



spent— ? t>o 6aic, 3 sg. 
past, threw ; spent, etc. 11 a 

•oAome a cAiceAt) , it wai 

the people who had to . 

«Aicce, pp., used ; spent ; eaten, 
etc 

CAoi]v£eóit, mutton. 

CÁOPA,/. ; g. CAOJAAÓ, d. CA01|A1§, 

a sheep. peAn ua cAonAC, th6 
man who had the sheep. 

CApAbl, m. ; g. cApAiiL, a horse. 

cÁ|\; cÁ a]a (in past time) where. 
c. b'Af é, where he came 
from. c fÁgAif— — ? where 
did you leave ? 

CA]\Áifce, a carriage. c. beAg, 
a little trap. 

CAppAir,, /., g. cA]A]AAi^e, a rock. 

pl. CAjA]AA1C,]AeACA ; dpl. CA]A- 
n&1£]AeACA10. 

Ca]\)\ai5 ha 5CeA|\t\bAó, the 

Gamblers' Rock. 
Capixai^ An "Ojaocaio, Carriga- 

drohid, Co. Cork. 
cÁ]\c, m., a quart. 
cAr A> °» v ' n -> turning ; twisting. 

0,5 c. be, trying to. 
CACAin, when. 
cacai]\, /. ; g. cacjAAó, a city. 

CACA01]A, /., g. CACA01|\eAC, d 

chair. 
cé, who. cé 

— ? cé h-é 

which Dermot ? 

— ? who was — ? 

— ? to whom belongs — ? 
céAccA, m. or /., g. same, a 

plough. (nom. also céAóc.) 
#é<vo, ord. num., first . (asp. 

after def. art.) aii ceA'o, the 

first. 
céVo, a hundred. 
céA*onA same. 



h-é — ? who is 

AT1 T)lA]\mU1'0 ? 

cé 'n b'é 
cé beif 



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fceatiA, already ; before. ir mé 
6., yes, it is I. (Here óeAnA 
means ' as before ' ; ' as I 
ahvays was.') 

ceAnn, m., g. and pl. cmn, a 
head ; end. 50 c, to the end 
of ; f or (a time). soc.CAmAitt, 
for a while. 50 c. pAóc 
mbtiAOAn, for seven years. 1 
gc, at the end of ; after. 

ceAimAé, v.n., buying. 

ceAnnAióe, m., a merchant. 

ceAnnuigim, I buy. ceAnnuig, 
3 sg. past, bought. ceAnnóóAo, 
fut., I will buy. ceAtmuigeA'ó, 
past auton. ceAnntnguí, subj. 
auton. 

ce-ApAim, I think ; arrange ; ap- 
point. ceA-p ré, 3 sg. past, he 
thought. 

ceÁ]\'OAi'óe, m., a tradesman ; 
workman. 

teApc, m., g. cipc, right ; justice. 
te c, by right ; ' properly 
speaking. ' 

ceAnjVbAó, m., a gambler. 

ceACAin, four. 

cé'cu, which (of them) ; 
whether. 

céite, a companion. — a céite, 
— each other. 

ce-irc,/., g. ceirue, a question ; 
anxiety. nÁ bíoo c. onu t 
make your mind easy. 

ceirciú, v.n., questioning. 

ceirciúcÁn, continued questíon- 
íng. 

ceicj e, éeicpe, four. 

ceót, m., g. ceóit, music. 

cia ? who ; what ? 

ciaII, /., g. céiUte, d. céitt, 
sense. 

ciAltmAn, wise ; sensíbl*. 



ciAimb (ciAnAib), dpl. of ciAn, 

distance of time or space. ó 

6iAimb, a while ago. 
éírÁ ; círeÁ, 2 sg. cond. of cím. 

I see. 
Citt t3i|\T>, Kilworth, Co. Cork. 

thivo is g. of óno, order, and 

probably refers to some re- 

ligious order. 
CimeÁ-uAróe, a keeper. c ui£e, 

a housekeeper. 
cmieÁ'OAim (coimeÁT>Aim), I keep. 

ca-o a cimeÁo tú ? What kept 

you ? cimeÁ'orA'o, 1 sg* fut., I 

will keep. 
cmntu, v.n., rubbing. 
cmn, pl. of ceAnn, head. 
croin, d. of c-Ann, (now used 

only in a few phrases). oy c, 

above ; over. See op. 
cíor, m., g. cíorA, rent. 
cíne, g. same, the cud. 
cifeÁn, m., a basket. 
ciúnAr, m., quietness ; silence. 
cÍAnv, collect., children. 
cLaúa', gpl. of cÍAi'óe, aditch. 
cté, left. tÁm c., the left hand. 
ctoó, /., g. ctoice, d. ctoic, a 

stone. pl. cíoca. 
ctog, m., g. ctm^, a bell ; a clock. 

tiAirx a' ctui^, an hour (of the 

clock). See uaijx. 
ctoigeAnn, m., the skull ; head. 
ctór, m., a yard ; euclosure. 
cttJAT,/., g. cttJAire, d. and dual 

ctuAir, pl. ctuAfA, the ear. 

50 ctuAfAib, up to the ears. 
ctuig, g., see cto£. 
ctncmAn, sheltered ; cosy. 
cneAOAig, v.n., grunting 
cnoc, m., g. and pl. cnmc, a hill, 
cnocÁn, m., a hillock. 
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co-oAit,, 3 sg. past., slept. 
cot>Ia'ó, m., g. cooIaca, sleep. 

6 tar» co-oIaca, for sleeping; 

i.6., in order to sleep. 
605 Am, 3 sg. past, chewed. 
cojaitic, v.n., chewing. 
cogATA, m., a whisper. 1 gc, in 

a whisper. 
cogA^nAig, d. of co^AnriAC, v.n., 

whispering. 
coróce, ever (in the future) ; 

alwavs. (with neg.) never. 
coit^-feAr Ath, standing bolt up- 

right. 
comue, /., a meeting ; expecta- 

tion. 
comnib, dpl. of comne (above). 

•ouL 1 scomnib — - — , to go to 

meet — — . 
cóin, /., proper provision ; ma- 

terials. 1 gc , f or ; as provi- 

sion for. 1 fc. An eAjmAig, 

against the spring. c ctm tia 

r^níbmne, writing materials. 

c. iompAi| , a conveyance. 
coince, m., oats. mm coipce, 

oatmeal. 
cotr, beside. 
coicín, a little boat. 
cotbA, m., the side of a bed, 

esp. the outer side. 
cómAnrA, /., g. cóniApfAn, d. 

-fAm ; pl. -fAm, a neigh- 

bour. 
cótnAnrÁnAcc, /., neighbour- 

hood. 
córiiApúA, m. ; pl. cótnAncAÍ, a 

mark ; sign. rl&n mo 6. ! 

' save the mark ! ' 
cóm^An, m., proximity ; a short 

cut. Am ' c ., near me. 
cómtitnge (cómnui'óe), v.n., liv- 

ing ; dwelling. 



córhntn£te, g. oí above. otrl 

cun c, to go to live. 
comtoón'OAc, comfortable. 
congnAtr», m., g. congAncA, help, 

ah conptAin, ' the help,' i.e.^ 

the workers. 
óontiAic, 3 sg. past., saw. 
concAe, conoAe, a county. 
conur, how. 
con, a move ; a way ; a state 

1 n-Aon c , at all. 
ConcAige, g. ; ConcAig, d. oí 

ConcAó, Cork. 
conntngeAóc, /., excess ; surplus. 

c. A^ur, more than. 
cónn, v.n., arranging ; íitting up. 
cor, /., a foot ; ieg. c. c otn- 

feólA, a leg of mutton. 

1 ^corAit) ttA leApCAn, at the 

foot of- the bed. (pl. used ia 

Ir.) 
cóca món, a great-coat. 
cocú, v.n., feeding ; keeping. 
cné,/., earth ; clay. 
cneAc,/., woe ; ruin. 
cneAcÁn m., atremór. 
cperoeAriitiAc, respectable. 
cjveiomi, I believe. 
cnevopim, I would believe. 
cnétcne, pl. of cntACAn (below). 
cniACAn, m., a sieve. 
cj\íocnnij;ce, pp. t ended ; 

finished. 
cfvíon, dry ; withered ; brittle. 
CJvíonriA, old. a mgeAn c., his 

eldest daughter ; his grown- 

up daughter. 
CnlofOAióe, a Christian. 
cnó, m., a hut : cow-house. 
cnotceAnn, m., g. cnoicmn, thc 

skin. 
cnoróe, tn., the heart, 
cnoir, d. See cnor. 



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cnoniA-ó, a finger-1 ength. 
cpotriA'o, v.n. f bending. 
cfowAitv», I bend. c. a|\ , I 

begin to . cnomAf, i sg. 

past. , I bent ; began. 6|\om 

pe, he bent down ; cnom fé 

A|\ , he begun to— . 

cnof, /. ; g. cnoire. d. cnoif, a 

c oss ; cross-roads. 
Cnof ah UeAtnpuiVl, the Church 

Cross (place-name). 
cpoc, m., shape ; f orm ; good 

appearance. 
cnoúA-ó, v.n., shaking. 
cnuAó, /., a rick ; heap ; pile. 
^nuAio, hard. 
^|\iiinn, round ; exact ; com- 

plete. 
cn u 1 n n eAf , complet eness ; de- 

finiteness. c. ah fgéit, the 

íull account of the thing ; 

particulars. 
cnuinmú,i/.w., collecting; gather- 

ing. 
óuaoajv, they went. 
cuaio, 3 sg. past, went. 
cuAilíe, /., a stake ; pole. 
cu^Amn, to us. Laj\ tiA 

mÁineAC a bí 6., the next day 

(' that was [coming] to us '), 

i.e., the day after some event 

just related. 
ctiibrAC (cuibeArAc), adj. and 

adv., moderate ; fair. 
cuit), /., g. cot>A, a part ; share ; 

some. a c„ his meal ; food. 
<cui-oe^ccA, a company ; a com- 

panion. béA-ó &n c. Aij^e, he 

would have company ; not be 

alnne. 
■t\j^f, to him. cÁmig fé c. 

ré 1 ", he came to ; recovered. 

{e.mph. on cui£e ) 



cúigeAn, five persons. 

cúiLín, a little nook ; corner 5 

patch. pl. cúiimí. 
cutmneAm, v.n., thinldng ; re- 

membering. 
cuimni§im, I think ; recollect. 

cuimnig, 3 sg. past. 
cumj;,/., g. ctnnge, a yoke ; (in 

ploughing) swingle-tree. 
cúmne, m. and/., acorner. dpl. 

cúmníb. 
cuineA'ó, an invitation. 
cuinim, I put ; send ; place ; set ; 

etc. t)o cuineAt*>, past auton. 

6uineAbAin, 2 pi. past, you put. 

ctnneAf óun — , I tried 

to— . 
ctiif,/., a reason. pi. cúireAnnA. 
cúiceAtii, v.n., balancing ; requit- 

ing. 
cút, m., the back ; poll ; back 

part of anvthing. 

CUÍAIC, /., a SUÍt. C. éAt)Alg, £ 

suit of clothes. 
cumA,/., way ; form ; shape. 
cumA, equal. bA 6. tiom, I 

would not care. 
cttn, to ; in orderto; for (govs. 

gen.). c. ÍAbAjtéA, for speak- 

ing ; to speak. 
ciípLA, a couple, (never takes pl.) 

c lÁ, a couple of days. 
ctin, v.n., putting ; placing ; set- 

ting ; sending. c. te 6éile,to 

put together ; construct. curi- 

uAn, pres. and imper. auton. ; 

cunxí, imperf. auton. ; cunf aí # 

cond. auton. 
cún Am, m., care ; business. 
cúnf aí, m.pl. ; events ; circum- 

stances. c. An cajdaiVI, the 

account, historv, of the 

horse. 



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X)Á, num., two : usually asp. ex- 
cept after n, and aspirates 
following noun. oÁcl/UAif,two 
ears ; An x>a óluAif, the two 
ears. mo x>Á cbuAif, my two 
ears. Note. — The initial of 
x>Á remains asp. after all the 
poss. pronouns, the changes f or 
gender and number being 
made in the initial of the 
noun following, just as they 
would be without oÁ. 
nio x>Á cltiAif, my two ear9. 
■oo "6Á étuAif, thy „ „ 
A OÁ cLtiAif, his „ „ 
a tVÁ clttAif , her „ „ 
Á|\ oÁ gcttiAir, our „ „ 
búp x>Á 5cltiAif,your ,, „ 
a -6Á £;cttiAif,trieir ,, „ 
Thus ' a óÁ LÁtth ' may mean 
either his or her two hands, 
according to the context. 

t>adc, x>AbcA, m., doubt. 

oÁn, m. f a poem. 

■oáiia, bold. 

OAome (pl. of ctnne), people. x>. 
tnAice, ' good people,' i.e. t 
fairies 

oaoj\, dear ; expensive. 

oa|\, in phr. -oaj\ noóij ; "OAn nt)ó, 
indeed. 

t>Ap, in phr. oaj\ Le, according 
to. t>Af\ teif, according to 
him ; as he thought. 

oac, colour ; complexion. 

T)é, g. of "Oia, God. 

oé (or t)ia), a day. t)é ttiAin, 
Monday. 

oe^b^ócAX), would appear; 
seem. 

•oeACAt|v, dimcult. 

•oéAnAige, comp. and sup, of 
■oéAnAc, late. 



«éAnAtm, I do ; make. oéAnfA-o. 

I will do [so] ; (as a reply) so 

I will. 
t>éAnAm, v.n., doing ; making, 

aj; x>. An, ' getting on for ' ; 

' making íor.' An x>., the 

make ; shape ; plan (of a 

house). 
oéAncA, pp., done ; made. 
■oeAnA, in phr. fé nx>eAfA, 

caused. (also fé nvetp.} 

c^bAi]\c fé nx)eAf\&, to per- 

ceive ; notice. 
t>éAnfÁ, 2 sg. cond. of oeinim, I 

say. mAj\ x>., ' as you would 

say ' ; i.e., approximately. 
t>éAt\fAt>, 3 sg. cond., would 

say. 
•oeAp-iiAo, v.n., forgetting. 
•oeAnmAX), m., a mistake ; omisr 

sion. 
t>eA|\n :., in phr. n1 óeA-jviA, I 

have not made (variant of 

níon x>emeAf). 
oeAf , nice ; prettv. 
t>eAf, /., g. x>eife, d. x>etf, the 

right-hand side. 
t>eié, ten. feaéc nx>., sevent^. 
x>eimm, sure ; certain. 50 x>., 

indeed ; certainly. 
■oeimtnú, v.n., proving ; proof ; 

certainty. 
óém, in phr. y é x>éin, toward ; in 

pursuit of . 
oemea/ó, 3 sg. hab. past, used to 

do ; make. 
■6etnir, 2 sg. past. cax> a xV ? 

what did you do ? 
oei]\e (oeipeAó), an end. fé x>., 

at last. o. Liom, ' an end of 

me.' 
■oéi]\ix>eAéc, /., a dairy-farm ; 

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oeinrni, I say. ní t>. nÁ, ' I 

rather think ' ; I f ancy. 
oeipcí, past auton., it was, used 

to be, said. 
oeir, d. See oeAf. 
oeire, comp. and sup., nicer ; 

nicest. 
oeó. in phr. 50 oeó, for ever. 
t>eo6, /., g. oit,e, d. ~o if;, a drink. 

6un oige ót, to take a drink. 
Oia, g. Oé, God. "oume Le 

Oia, an ' innocent ' ; a harm- 

less, foolish person. (In some 

places the expression ' God's 

afflicted ■ is applied to such 

people.) 
tmaio. 1 nt>iAi*ó, after (with 

poss. pron. or gen.) m 1 tio. a 

céile, one after the other ; 

by degrees. 
01 ah, severe ; hard (as, work). 
tnAn-LeACAÓ ; Af\ "o , wide open. 
t>í6eALl, best endeavour. &j\ 

a 'ó., as hard as he could. 
tnge, g. See oeo6. 
T>iTinéA|A, m., g. -omnéin., dinner. 
t>íol, v.n., selling ; paying. 
oíoIca, pp., paid. *o. Af, paid 

for it. 
oíon, m., a roof ; thatch ; shelter. 
oíneAó, adj. and adv., direct ; 

straight ; just. 
«oínigim, I direct ; (with Af\), I 

begin. 
oicne^-f, m., g. oicmr, haste. 
oó, num., two. 
t>ó (íor oóic or t>ói£). ir t>ó ; 

oa|\ noó, why ! of course. 
T^o^ctjifv, g. ooóctínA, pi 

oo6ctnní, doctor. 
0616, •oóij, supp tion. if 

t>ói6 Liom, I think. ^un •óóij 

VeAC, that you would think. 



ooi]\ceA6c, /., darkness. 
oóicm (oócAin), sufnciency ; 

enough. (Used with poss. 

pron.) mo ó., as much as I want 
•00 m, to me. leo^ o rém (stress 

upon -00111), let me alone. 
•oorhan, m., the world. a|\ o. 

ín the world. 
oon*Móe, ver}^ bad ; wretched. 
0011 ar, m., misfortune ; bad 

luck. An o., ' the mischief.' 
t>o|\cA, dark. 
•oor (00-f- r, before pi. art.), to. 

•oor tiA, to the. 
0}>AigeAn, blackthorn. 
■ofMcÁtn, m., g. (s. and pi.). 

•ojvicÁn, a brother. 
0|ao6, prefix, bad. o. Amm, 

a bad name ; name of being 

haunted. o. mó, a bad 

thing ; something wrong. 
T)|\oca , o (onoueAo), m., g> 

onocAio, a bridge. 
t)f\uim, d. of t>norn, the back. 

oe "ón urni, over ; over the top 

of. t>e x>. An ^aLLa, over the 

wall. 
t>j\ui nn, d. (used as nom.) oí 

•ojiotiti, /., g. ontnnne, ahump. 
t>uA§. m., trouble (with poss< 

pron. or gen. of object ovei 

which the trouble is taken). 
•oub, black. An o., the potato 

disease» 
•oubAnc, I said. o.-f ■, emph. 
t>ub|\AÓ, past auíon., was said. 

t>. tiom, I was told. 
t>ut, v.n., going. 
•oume, m., a person. x> acu, 

one of them. o. ££&mn, one 

of us. o. etle, another. fCAo, 

a "óume ! stop, man ! o. 

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■oumn, voc. of oonn, brown. 
oúiri£, 3 sg. past, woke up ; 

awoke. (trans. or intrans.) 
t>úncA, pp., shut ; closed. 

é. ah c-é, the person ; the 

one ; he (who — ). rm é I 

there ! that's it ! 
*ax>, old neuter pron., it. if 

eAÓ, it is it ; yes. toniAnAÓ 

Ab eAó é, he was an O'Brien. 

mAj\ 'o eAO (mAjv buó eAÓ), 

' as if it were ' ; ' by the 

way.' 
éAOA , m. (collect., not pi. ín 

Irish),£. é&oAig, cloth ; cloth- 

íng. cuIaic éAOAi§, a suit o£ 

clothes. 
eAoancnA, m., the iorenoon 

milking-time, about 11 a.m. 
eA£cj\uAf, m., fever. 
«a^Ia, eAgAÍ, m., fear. eA^LA 

noim 9 fear of . ir 

eAgAt liom, I am afraid. 
éAj..!Aif, /., want ; absence 

(with poss. pron. or gen.). 

o'a éAgmAif pn, beside, 

apart from, that. 
éAÍluigce, Ua h-, Healy. 
eA]\nAc, m., g. eAn'nAig, the 

spring. 
«Af bA, /., want ; lack (with 

gen.). 
eAfbo^, a bishop. 
eACAncA, between them. 
éigeAn, d. éigm, force; neces- 

sity. b'éigeAn *oó, he was 

obliged to. An éi£in, with 

dimculty ; hardly. 
éipn, some ; some kind o f ■ . 
eite, other ; another. 
éi|\e, /., g. éir*eAnn, d. éipimi, 

Irelan<£ 



einige (ein£e), v.n., rising, ». Ar, 
to ' rise out of it/ i.e., to give 
it up. A]\ e. bAe, at daybreak. 

ei)M$im, I rise ; get up. e. fUAf 
I grow up. o'einig aii §niAn, 
the sun rose. eini§, imper., 
stand up ; get up. o'eineóc 6*6 
terp, (impersonaT) * it would 
prosper with him ' ; he would 
succeed. 

éir, in phrs. o'éir, after ; cAn 
éir, after. 

eipeAn, he (emph.). 

éirc, imper., listen ; be silent. 
é. tiom, listen to me. é. 00 
béAÍ, hold your tongue. 

eotur, m., g. eotuif, knowledge. 

pA (f é), under ; along. fÁ'n 
ngteAnn irceAc, in along the 

glen. 
rAócí (paJcaoi), imperf. auton., 

used to be had, got. 
fAo, m., length. r. ó, long 

ago. An r., altogether ; en- 

tirely. 
I^a'oa, long ; far. te f., for a 

long time or distance. ah f . ? 

How far ? how long ? 
^ÁgAit ; rAgÁit, v.n., getting ; 

finding. r. bÁir, dying. 
r^£<vó. 50 br. ré, subj., that 

he would get. oÁ bpAgAinn, 

if I were to get. 
f ÁgÁitc, v.n., leaving. 
fÁ^Aim, I leave. rÁ^Aó, past 

auton., was left. ní -pÁgAnn 

fAn, it does not follow from 

that. 
f aio, /., length, ati f ., while, so 

long as. 
|-Ai§eAO ( fut. depend., 50 bf,, till 

I" (shall) get. 



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pÁiWe, /., welcome ; greeting. 
fAij\e, v.n., watching. 
r Ai|\e ! excl., íie ! for shame ! 
rAinrm^, wide ; plentiful. 
rÁirpm, I tighten ; press; 

fasten. 
rÁl , m., a hedge. 
rAtlA (daLIa), m., a wall. 
jtati, imper., stay. r. leA© t 

wait ! stop ! 
rÁn, t/.w., wandering. 
fAtiAnn, I wait ; stay. ^aha'ó 

ré, imper., let him stay. 

rAnrAo, jut., I will wait. 
fAobAp, edge (of a cutting tool), 

hence, sharpness of edge. 
fA^Ai^e (fAinjAse), f , * ne sea » 
rÁf, v.n., growing. r. gpuAige, 

a growth of hair. 
rÁrr^o, 3 sg. cond., would 

grow. 
ré, under. 

ré «60111, to ; toward. 
ré mA]\ as ; according as. 
r éAc, imper., look ; look here. 
peACA (-jtaca), 3 sg. past depend. 

of cím, I see. 50 bfeACA fé, 

that he saw. 
péAC a im, 1 1 ook. f é ac a^, imper. 

3 sg., let him look. *oÁ bréAc- 

rÁ, if you were to look. 
féAco-mc, v.n., looking ; appear- 

ing ; ' looking to see/ to fmd 

out ; alook; appearance. r. 

fiAp, looking back. 
reACAÍr, 2 sg. past áepend. of 

cím, I see. ní f. niAifi, you 

never saw. 
peA'ó.length. An r., during. a^ 

r AbfAt), for alongtime. 
>aoaí\, defect. verb., 1 sg. pres. 

(used only with neg.). tií 

f eAt)An, I do not know. 



féAOAim, I can ; I am able. 

•o'f éAT) ré, he could. yéA-o- 

fAin, 2 sg. fut., you can ; you 

will be able. tií f éA-orÁ, cond., 

you could not. réAT>rAÍ, cond. 

auton. 
feA'onA'OAn, defect verb. 3 pl. past. 

nÁ r., that they did not know. 

(See peAx>An.) 
féAn, m., grass. 
feA|\ nge, m., a householder. 

reArv An cige, the man of the 

house. 
F** n 5> /., £. rein^e, d. reing, 

anger. bí r. Ain, he was angry. 
reAn^Aó, angry. 50 r., angrily. 
jreAnn, reAnnA, (comp. of ttiAiu), 

better, best. b'f. tiom, I 

would rather ; I prefer. Ati 

jum ir r., the best thing. 
reAf-oA, now ; henceforth. 
feicim, depend. form of cím, I 

see. 50 breicin, till you see. 

reicpoír, they would see. 

reicimlf, imper., let us see. 
féroin, possible. Vf\, perhaps. 
rém, even; -self ; own ; proper. 

tnÁ bí r., even if there was. 

ann r., in himself ; in itself. 

Ain r., orihim. a Aigne r., his 

own mind. 
re-ín^ d., see reAng. 
rei]Am,/., a farm. 
reirgmc, v.n., seeing. le r., to 

be seen ; visible. 
reice^m (íe), v.n., waiting (for). 
reócrAir», 3 pi. fut., they will 

wither. 
riA-ó, a deer. (In phr. oaj\ r iat>, 

to avoid saying T3ia.) 
riA-óAin, wild. 
pA-ÓAncAr, wildness; a wilder- 

ness. 



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piA'ótiAife. 1 bp., in presence of ; 

before. -out, 1 bp.- , to go 

upto . 

ptAppuige, v.n., asking. p. a 

•óé^nAtfi, to ask questions. 
piAfnuigim, I ask. -oo piAfjxtng- 

eA-ó •oíom, I was asked. 
piAf]Aui§ce, g. of v.n., asking. 
piAUAi'óeAcc, /., g. -a, Fenian 

lore. excl. nonsense ! f^éAl, 

-piAtiAi'óeACCA, a Fenian story. 
f ice, twenty ; a score. 
piéro, a score. 
ple, m., a poet. 
f itróeAcc, }., g. -a, poetry. 
pionnpuAnA'ó, v.n., cooling. 
por, m., g. pearA, knowledge. 

CÁ A f. A£ ATl •OCAlAtTI, the 

world knows. tiíon. b'f., it 
was unknown. cÁ bp. 
-o'Aomne? how does anyone 
know ? who knows ? a ^ah 
f. oo -, unknown to . 

fíon, m., a truth. 

flon, adj., true. ir r/. -óutc, 
it is true (or, a truth) for 

you. 

fío|\-uif^e, m., spring water. 
pirv, g. and pl. of peA|\, a man. 
p]\ín (dim. of t?eAt\), a little 

man. 
pítvinne, /., truth. 
pú, worth ; worthy. 
r/l/iuc, wet. 
PocaL, m., gs. and npl., pocAiL, 

a word ; a remark. 
tró^AiicA, good ; serviceable. 

onAon ?., a ' good drop ' ; a 

drop of ' good stufi.' 
trofóne, /., patience. 
póit (1:01 11). zo y., awhile. 
poictn,/., g. poc&' 0, shelter. 
polÁit', wholesome. 



folÁitt, excess. nÁn h'f. oó, 

that it was necessary for him ; 

that he must. cf. ní n;ót\ 

*oom. 
polArh, empty. 
pór*, yet ; still. 

pocj\Am, m., g. jrocnAim, noise. 
■pneA^Ainc, v.n., answering. 
pneAgpA, an answer. 
•pneA^nAim, I answer. r-A]\ ajv 

ppeA^no.'ó (past auton.), be A ore 

any answer came. 
fiiAóc, m., cold. 
puAin, (3 sg. past of geibim), 

got ; found. 
ftiA]\, adj., cold. 
puArwvoAn (3 pl. past of geibim), 

they got ; found. 
ptiAnAf, I got ; found. 
pumneóg, f., g. pumneóige, d. 

-ói£, a window. 
puinirce, easy. 

puir\m, /., g. putpme, form ; a 
form. 1 bt:., in the shape of. 

^AbÁiL, v.n., going. 5. caja , 

to go past . 

gAbAim, I go ; travel. cÁn 

gabAif cu^Atnn ? whence have 

you come to us ? 
gAban, m., gs. and npl. ^AbAin, 

a goat. 
^ac ; gAc aou, each ; every. 5. 

utle, every. 
jjat», m., a withy ; a twisted 

osier. 
gÁ-ó (gÁbAT)), want ; necessity 
'^Ae'ólAib, dpl. of ^Ae'ó^t, a Gae!. 
gÁin (3 sg. past oí 5Ainim), 

laughed. 
5Ái|roín, m., a garden. 
^Áiní, laughter. v.n., laughing. 
gAifz;róeAC, m., a champion. 



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p, tn., a discase. 
5aU/oa, foreign, i.e., English. 
£AmAin a m., a calf ; a fawn, 

(Used as a term of endear- 

ment.) 
5&n, without ; (before v.n.) 

not. 5. ^Lao'óac o|\m, not to 

call me. 
gAiiAÓúife, scarcity. 
gAofc, /., g. ^Aoice, d. gAOic, 

wind. 
gA;\b, rough ; coarse. 
^Anrtin, m., g. 5An.ru m, a boy. 
gArnA (5 A iT^^)' m '' a body °* 

people ; a ' batch.' 
%é,f., agoose. ub gé, agoose-egg. 
^eAt, white ; bright. 
^eAll, m., a bet ; a wager. bío-ó 

r., ' I bet you '. 
p \IL\ m, I promise. 5. -otnc, 

I promise you ; I assure you. 

geA'lXAir, 2 sg. past, you pro- 

mised. x>o geAllAT), past 

auton., it was promised. 
geAlc, m., a lunatic. ^ueAnn 

ha n^., a glen in Kerry in 

which lunatics were said to 

congregate. 
gé.>n, sharp ; quick ; keen. 50 

g., sharply, etc. 
jeAnn ; c,eAj\[\A, 5. or pL, short ; 

soon. bf\írce geAnnA, 'a 

short breeches.' oa geAnn 50, 

very soon. 
5< -vAp-cui-o, an average amount. 
5^A;\na», voc. a geAnnÁw, a 

horse ; nag. 
^eACA, m., a gate. 
geibim, I get ; find, 
geibeAT>, hab. imperf., used to 

get ; find. mÁ £eibeAnn ré 

bÁf, if he dies. £eibcí, hab. 

past used to get. 



géitlim, I yield. nÁ séitlreA'ó 

ré, that he would not admit. 

^éun, a cry. 5. bó, the lowing 

of a cow. 
£eij\e (comp. and sup. of c,éAn), 

sharper ; more severe. 
geic, /., a start ; a fright. 
geó'bAi'oír, 3 pl. cond. of 

geibim, I get ; find. 
geóbAin, 2 sg. cond. of above. 
^Iao'ó, imper., call. 
jIacóac, v.n., calling. a^ 5 

ai|\, calling him. 
glAO-ÓAim, I call. gtAOi-ó, 3 sg. 

Past, called. 
gtAr, adj. t green ; (of weather) 

chilly. 
5bAr*r\A, vegetation. 
^teAnn, m., a glen. 
^teó, noise ; a din of voices. 
gbón, a voice. £. T>uir>e nÁ 

beicí§,no voice of man or beast 
giUAireAcc, v.n., going ; setting 

ofí. 
gbnAipin, I go ; start ; march. 
gnó, m., g. piócA, business ; 

work ; ' doings.' 
§oiopix)íf, they would steal. 
go,r\e (comp. and sup. of gAn, 

near), nearer, nearest. 
501 ne, nearness. 
goi|\eAcc, nearness ; neighbour 

hood. 1 n$. t>eió míte, for 

ten miles round. 
£onx, m., a tillage field. 
5onc nA S^-ióe (place-name), 

1 the whitethorn field.' 
5f\ApÁn, m., a hoe. 
5r\Ár*Aéin,g. ^pÁr-AépA.agrazier; 

a cattle dealer. 
5|\eA , oA , ó, v.n., tormenting ; 

beating. 5. cu£ac ! excl., 

confnimd you ! 



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g]\eAnnihAn, queer ; íunny. 
gneim, m., g. ^neAniA, a grip ; a 

hold. 
SníobcA. «a 5., Grífnn. 
SnuAig, /. g. pnuA-i^e, hair. 
gnuAniA, od;., gloomy ; glum. 
511 ncá, adj., sharp ; clever ; cun- 

ning. 
guc, m., g. ^uca, a voice. 

1aII, /., a strap. 

lAnf lAice. Ua n-, Herlihv. 

lAnnAió, v.n., asking ; seeldng. 

'gÁ 1., to look for (or fetch) 

him, it. 
lAnnAim, I ask ; seek ; demand. 
iAf acc, a loan. 
iat;acca (g. of above, used as 

adj.), foreign ; strange. 
roip, between ; both. 
iminc, v.»., playing ; using (a 

tool). 
imnim, I play ; use. 
itnéeAóc, v.n., going ; moving ; 

departing. 1. A5 ice, to go on 

eating. 
imcijim, I go. 
iméigce, pp.< gone. 
moé, yesterday. 
meAx> (ionAt)), aplace. 1 11-1., ín- 

stead of . 
mgeAn, /., a daughter. 
mnrim, I tell. o'mmr, 3 sg. 

past, told. 
mnrmc, v.n., telling. 
lomAncA, excess ; too much. 1. 

•oicmr, too great a hurry. 
iompÁil, v.n., turning. 
lompAn (lomÓAn), v.n., carrying; 

conveying. 
lompuigim, I turn. 
lomnoVl, m., error ; confusion. 

** A*cne, mistaken identity. 



lonAnn, alike ; same. 

lon^nAT), m. and/„, wonder; sur- 
prise. vm nÁc 1. (or nÁn b'i.), 
no wonder ; of course. 1. nÁ 
aVIcacc, 'wondernor amaze- 
ment.' 

ifceAc, in (from without). 

ice, v.n., eating. nuo íe n-i. # 
something to eat. 

iuim, I eat. 



tÁ, m., a day ; one day. 

ÍAOAinc, v.n., speaking. 

ÍAbA|\cA, g. of above. 

tAbnAim, I speak. 

Ia^, weak. See lug. 

lÁi'oin, comp. and pl. LÁi-one, 

strong. 
tAige, weakness ; a f aint. 
lAircig, within ; inside. 
tÁicneAc, immediately ; on the 

spot. 
lÁm, /., gs. and npl. Láiíia, d, 

tÁim, the hand. 
l,Án, full. 
tÁn, m., the full. t. a f úi, ' the 

full of his eyes/ i.e., a good 

look. a lÁn, a great deal. 
lÁp, middle. 
lÁn, the ground. aj\ t., down ; 

overthrown. 
ÍAn, inphr. Laj\ íia mÁineAÓ, the 

morrow ; the next day. 
t,Ar/muic, outside, 
ÍAfcig (ÍAirci£), inside. 
LeADA,/., g. LeApcAn, d. leAOAró 

a bed. 
teAbAp, m., a book. 
LeAnAim, I follow. 
leAnAmAinc, v.n., following. 
ieAnnA,^. of leAnn or Vionn, ale 



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leAf A, g. OÍ tlOf. U1§ A11 teAfA, 

the House at the Liss. SeÁn 

ah LeAfA, John of the Liss. 
LeAfú, manure ; top-dressing. 
teAC, half ; one (of a pair). 
teAÓ-rinte, half a mile. 
te.ó-ftíge, half way. 
teóc-CAoib, one side. 
leACAim, I spread. 
LeAcA-o, v.n., spreading. Atn' t. 

te vuacc, (I) perished with 

cold. 
LeACAn, broad. 
leigeAf, m., a cure ; remedy ; 

medicine. v.n. curing. ní'L 

t. Aip, it can't be helped. 
téigiw, I read. -oo téi§ fé, he 

read. téigeAf, 15/ sg. past, I 

read. 
téim,/., a jump ; leap. 
téimim, I leap. lérni fé 'n-A 

feAf aiíi, he sprang to his feet. 
téif , clear ; complete. 50 t., 

fully ; all. 
leif, with him. 
teif , also ; too ; lit., ' with it/ 
teic, (d. of teAc, half), a side. a 

t., ' overhere' ; tothis side. 
téic, g. of Liaú, grey. 
leicéi-o, something similar ; like. 

a t., the like of it. a t. pn 

■oe , such a . a t 

reo, ' look here ' ; listen to 

me. pl. a teicéioí, the likes' 

of them. 
U05 (teig), imper. let ; allow. 

I. T»om fém, let me alone 

(emph. on x>om). 
teo^Aim (tei^im), I let ; allow. 

•oo leo^AT) AnuA' - , past auton., 

had been let down. 
teo^Anc, v.n., letting. 
teój\, plenty. 50 L, enough. 



Uaóc, /., a great many ; a mul- 

titude. 
Uac, g. téic, grey, 
tmn,/., atime; period. te n-A t. 

Ím, thereupon. te t. nA 
-uAife, at the stroke oi th* 

hour. 
UomcA, pp., polished. 
tiof , m., g. teAf a, a liss ; a 

green fort. 
tiúg, a shout. 
tiú§Aim, I shout. 
tóif-oín, a lodging. aj\ L f k* 

lodgings. 
tom, bare. 
tomn a a fleece ( used in text for 

a head of hair). 
tonj:, /., g. ttiinge, d. tumg, a 

ship 
tuAm, g. oí tuAn,Monday. 
tuAf ^At), v.n., swaving. 
tuAt, soon ; early. 50 t. f quickly 
tu^. In phr. 00 ctnc An tug 

An An tAg Ai^e, he lost heart 

altogether. Note on 5, II. 9. 
ttiga (comp. oí beAg), less ; 

least. 
ttn§im, I lie down. tuig fé, he 

lay down. 

rriAc-AttA, an echo ; lit. ' son oi 

the rock/ or ' cliff.' 
mAccnAm, v.n. t thinking ; reflec- 

tion. 
mA^A'ó, v.n., joking ; making 

fun. 
mA^Aix), g. of above. feAt^ tn. f 

a jester. 
mAgéfomcA,Macroom,Co.Cork. 
mAi"oeAn, /., d. itiAix>iti, morning. 
mAigif cif , a master. 
triAinifcin freAnmuige, Fermoy, 

Co. Cork. 



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matnb, g., see mAnb. 

mAifeArti, 3 sg. pres., lives ; is 
living. 

mAife, /., behaviour, lit. beauty. 
if m&ic aii tiiAife aj;ac é, you 
did it well ; usually transla- 
ted, ' well becomevou 1 ' sunA* 
mAic Ati tiiAife t>ó é I may it 
go well with him I 

rhAife ; ó maife, excl. ' wisha.' 

uiaic, adj. and adv., good. 50 
m., well ; fully ; rather. T>Aon 
50 m., pretty expensive. 

iTiAiceAf, m., g. mAicir, pi. 
mAiceAfAí, good ; profit. ní'L 
ptiinti mAiceAf aí, there are not 
many advantages. 

-mAtAipc, /., a change ; alterna- 
tive ; the object received in 
exchange. An a th. oe ótimA, 
in a dinerent way. 

mAoróeAm, v.n., boasting (Af= 
about). 

niAoi, bald. 

mAn, as ; like. m. reo, thus. 
m. gtin, because. 

mAnb, adj., dead. 

mAj\b, m., g., mAinb, the dead. 
mAnb tiA h-oróóe, the dead of 
night. am mAino iia h-oit)óe, 
the time of the dead of night. 

mAjVbú, v.n., killing. 

mAncAi'óeAcc, v.n., riding ; 
a ride ; a drive. 

niA'reA'ó, excl., * musha.' 

mAfmtir, m., a surfeit. 

meAbAin, /., g. meAbnAc, mind ; 
memory. Af a meAOAin, out of 
his mind. 

*neA'óon-oix>óe, g. same, mid- 
night. 

mé/\T)iii§eA-nti, 3 sg. pres., in- 
creases. 



meAf, v.n., thinking ; judging. 
meAf, m., esteem ; regard. ní'1 

m. Ai^e Ain, he does not think 

much of it. 
meAfAim, I think. 
meAcÁn, m., a chip or split in 

the bottom of a sieve. 
méro (méA-o), size ; amount. At» 

m. feo, this much. fA m. ftn, 

in that. An m. -oíob a bí— , 

those of them who were — — 

•o'Á m., however much. 
meirge, /., intoxication. An m.| 

tipsy. 
méic, adj., fat. 
meiceAÍ (meiciot), a body of 

people gathered for work 
mí-Áx), m., bad luck, lit., * un~ 

luck/ the word Á*ó itself mean- 

ing *luck/ i.e., good luck. 
miAf, /., g. méife, d. méif, adish. 
míceÁl, voc. a rílicíl, Michael. 
mí-coC|\AmAó, uneven ; rugged. 
míte, m., pl. mílce, a thousand* 
míle, m., pl. rnile, a mile. 
mt", f; S' nime, meal. m. 

bt>iT>e, yellow meal. 
mir)-A'f-bAinne, meal-and-milk. 
mín, adj., pl. míne, smooth ; 

tender ; fine. caíaití m., ' kind ' 

land. 
mmic, often. 
míogAnnAc, v.n., nodding with 

sleep. 
mifoe (meAf A-x>e), harm. ní m # 

•óom, it is no harm for me. 
mó (comp. and sup. of món) á 

greater ; more. mó 50 wójv 

much more ; much larger. 
moc ; 50 moó, early. 
moilt, /., deíay. 
móm, /., g. mónA, turf . 
molAt), v.n., praising. 



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large ; great. An món? 
how much ? ah m. An móm, 
how much turf. n^c m. t 
almost. ní m. -oom, I must. 
níop m. -oó, he was obliged to. 
50 m. le n-^ céile, great 
friends. 

mónÁn, much ; a great deal. 

mór\-cimceAVl, round about ; all 
round. 

muc, /., a pig. 

nvíicc^, pp., choked ; smothered. 

mum, /., the back. An a m., 
(carrying) on his back. aj\ a 
m., on their backs. aj\ m. a 
céile, piled upon each other. 

mumcij\/., people ; a f amily. 

inni|\e,Mary (the BlessedVirgin). 

riitnre, excl., ' wisha.' 

muUlAc, m., a summit ; top. 

mupAb, unless it be. 

mtincA'ó, Murrough. 



n-, in n-An, used instead of £Ufv f 

rel. 
*nÁ (ionÁ), than. 
nÁine, /., shame. 
nÁifiúnx>A, national. 
i>aoi, nine. 
neAménuwn, inexact ; defi- 

cient (in intellect). 
ne m-eACLA, fearlessness. 
ne_\j\c, m., g. mnc, strength ; 

power. Le n. gÁij\í, with ex- 

cess of laughter. 
tieór- (mneór-), fut. and cond. 

stem of Hinirim, I tell. 
fieórpAn, fut. auton., (it) will be 

told. 
ní'ó (ní), a thing. 
nuA-ó, new. pl. uua-oa. 
nuAin, when. 



Ó, prcp., to ; toward (Old Tr. ro). 

ó -óeAr.to the south ; ó cuai£, 

to the north. 
6, from ; since ; because. ó fm, 

since then ; ago. ó'r, since 

it is. 
obAijv, /., g. oibne, work. o. 

lÁm, hand-work. 
oc]\Ar, w., g. oc]\Aip, hunger. 
occ, eight. 
oióóe, /., night. 
01 ge, youth. 
ómjeAc,/., g. óinri£e, d. ómri§, 

a (female) fool. 
oineA'o, m., an amount. o. A^ur, 

as much as. o. Aingio, as 

much money. 
óL, v.n., drinlong. 
oLa, /. oil ; Unction. 
ólAim, I drink. 
olc, adj., bad. 

olc, m., g. uibc, harm ; evil. 
óLca, pp. (trans.), drunk. 
or (older form nAr), over. or/ 

■ cionn, over ; above. 
ofgAiuc, v.n., opening. a]\ o., 

open. 
or?;l Aim, I open. o'orgAil,, 3 sg 

past, opened. 
orguil,/., the armpit 



pÁinc, /., a meadow. p. &n 
AonAig, the fair-green. 

pÁp éij\ín, a little paper. 

pÁpéAn, m., g. pÁpéin, paper» 

pA|\óirce, m. and/., a parish. 

pÁntúr, m., a parlour. 

pAf , m., a íittle bit. 

pé, whatever. 

péinre, a perch (measure). 

pmpní, pennies. p. beA^A aijv» 
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jnoc, m., a ' pick " ; an atom. 

piocAt), v.n., picking. 

pt,AOf 5, /., a skull ; shell ; husk, 

jdóca, m. f a pocket. 

ponc, m., a bank ; a raísed ridge 

ín a bog. 
pofCAó, m., g. f>oncAig, a bog. 
pófcA, £/>., married. 
pneAbAim, I jump ; rush. p. 

rni' f tn-óe, I jump up. 
pj\AifeAÓ, /., stirabout. 
ppíoftín, m., a prison. 
P«ca, m., />/. -púcAÍ, a ' pooka* ; 

' spook/ 
pumn, much ; many ; (usually 

with neg.) a f ew ; not much. 

-p. 1 n-Aon con, very little at 

all. 

HÁX), v.n., saying. 

fA'óAnc, m. f sight ; a sight ; view. 

j\a§- (]\Ac-) f fut. and cond. stem 

of 'otst, going. 
j\Amnu, see j\oinnc. 
nÁthAinn, d. of nÁmAn (nÁn), a 

spade ; shovel. 
jvAthAn, thick. 
|\Afj;Atiim, coarse rough 

material ; ' scrub/ n. Aice, 

a rugged spot. 
j\Ác, m., a rath. An TlÁu, Char- 

leville, Co. Cork. 
llÁú ConmAic, Rathcormick, Co. 

Cork. 
féix), adj., smooth ; level. 
péi'ó, /., a moor. toócAft ha 

tléi-óe, the Moor Road. 
|\iAbAó, grey ; grizzled. 
|\iaiíi, ever (in the past). bí fé 

mAob n., he had been always 

bald. 
pic; ntnc, v.n., running. 
f*icim, I run. 



nó, too ; very. níon nó fAT>A, it 

was not over long. 
n.oiti£, /., g. noilice, a grave- 

yard. 
noil< eÁr», m., a coarse sieve ; 

riddle. 
noim, before. n. lÁ, beforeday- 

break. 
|\oimir, bef ore ; before him. 
nomnc, a share ; part ; some ; 

v.n., dividing. 
nótfiAn, v.n., digging. 
ntiA'ó, red ; red-haired. 
ntiA^A-ó, rout ; dispersion. n. Af, 

expulsion. 
n« T >, m. f g. nuoA, a thing; some- 

thing. Aon n., anvthing. n. 

éic,m Ain, something fhe 

maíter with him. 
ntij; (3 s£. past of beinim, I take ; 

bear) , took ; carried ofí. 
ntnc ; |\»c, v.n., running. 
ntncim, I run. 



SA^Anc, m. f a priest. 

r AgAr, m., a sort ; kind. 

r-Ai , óoin, rich. 

fÁi'óce, pp., stuck ; pushed. 

fAileAC,/., d, fAiLií:,/)/.r.MteAftA, 

a sally ; willow rod. 
fÁL,/., dpl. fALAib, theheel. 
f AmAií, a wraith ; apparition. 
fÁm, quiet ; calm. 
fÁm-cooÍA'ó, sound sleep. 
SAtiinA, g. of SAniAm, November. 

Oróce SAmnA, AU Hallows 

Eve. 
fAmp a-ó, m.,g. f Am|\Aix) f summer. 
fAn (mf An), inthe. 
f aoJaL, m., g. f ao§aiI, life ; tha 

world. fA cfAogAÍ, in tha 

world ; in use 



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f Aocnú, v.n., labouring ; cultiva- 

tion. 
f aj\ (f ul), before ; lest. 
fÁfAnS, m., satisfaction. 
fÁrcA, pp., satisfied. cÁnn f., 

' very well.' 
fé, he. fé pn, «that man.' 
\ é, six. 
reAcc, seven. (eclipses) f. 

tnb'LiA'ótiA, seven years. 
feAÓcthAu>,/., a week. 
feAf), (tf eó-ó), it is so ; yes 
reA-ó ! excl., well ! 
ffcAti ; fe^tiA, old. 
'eAn-'oume, an old man. 
fe< f Aitn, I stand. feAf Aim, 3 sg. 

past, stood. 
reAfArh, v.n., standing 
féroeA'ó, v.n., blowing 
f eif eAf\, six persons. 
feif pig, d. of retf feAé, a plough- 

team of six horses. 
feo ! excl., here ! 
feótfAÍ, cond. auton., should be 

directed ; should come. 
feómr\A, m., a room. 
f^AtitifxA (f^AtMirx^T)), fright. 
f^Aoitim, I release ; part with ; 

let go. 
f^AoiieA-6, past auton. t>o f 

fíof é, he was let fall. 
f^AjAAim, I part (with ; from). 
fgÁc, a shade. ÍUsed in the 
°text in sense et a vefiection 

in water). 
fS e ^ 6 '/*» S' r£ eiée » a t>ush, esp. 

a thorn-bush. f . 5*aL, white- 

thorn. 
f^eul, m., a story ; affair. f. 

uua'ó, news. 
fF eón » U * ear I dismay. 
f 51IX1115, /., a shilling. 
fSiobAim, I snatch- 



fgtófx'OAim, I rush. 

rs 01 ^/'. t* rjoile ; pi. f coit «aha, 

a school. 
f ^oeÁn, m., a bush ; branch. f . 

Aicititi, a bush of furze. 
rs^ ; rspío^'ó, v.n., wrítfng. 
rSfJbim ; frn-íobAnn, I write. 
f^níbmn, /., g. fSf^bmne, 8 

writing. 
fgvjnAfóeAéc, relaxation ; • 

gathering f or entertainment. 
ftA (comp. of fA-oA), longer; 

further. 
f tAf paí, pl. of fiAfnA (fiAbnA), a 

fairy ; esp. one frequenting a 

liss. 
fiAf , back ; backward ; west- 

ward. 
fímplróe, simple. 
pn, that. ó fm, ' from that ' ; 

since ; ago. f . é, there is ; 

that is ; that's it ! 
fímm, I stretch. t>o fíti, 3 sg. 

past., stretched. 
pne (comp. of reAn), older ; 

eldest. 
fíor, down (from the speaker). 
fiuóAl, v.n., g, pubAtl, wallring. 

A r r«* going on. pút> ctin 

pubAit é, ofí he went. 
fttiblAim, I walk. fiubLóccÁ, 

2 sg. cond., you would walk. 
fiublóro, /., g. pubióroe, Con- 

stant walking. 
ftÁtnce, /., heaíth. 
fieAmnuigim, I slip ; glide. 
fliAb, m., g. ftétbe, pl. fléibce, 

a mountain. 
fti§e, /., a way ; road. 
f n Aomce, pl. of fmAOineA*h # S 

thought. 
fr^iTtn, /., a knot. 
f nApAtm, I snatch. 



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fobal f m., soapsuds. 
focAi|\ adj., settled ; quiet. 
focA|\, m., g. focAip, good ; 

wealth ; advantage. 
focAnú, v.n., settling ; arrang- 

ing ; deciding. 
focApuigim, I settle ; etc. 
ro-oAn, v.n., trotting. aj\ f., at 

& trot. 
foin, east ; eastward. 
foluf, m., g. foluif light. 
ron, sake. An f., forthe sake (of). 

cAt) An a f ? why ? on what 

account ? 
fop, m., a wisp. 
fótAt), m., a sort ; kind. 
rpÁf, m., pl. fpÁf aha, a space. 
rpeAb^ aí-oí, ravings. 
rpeA^uíol (fpeAcgAit), v.n. 

kicking. 
fpeip,/., knuckle ; hock. 
fpni*o, /., g. fpjM-oe, a ghost ; 

sprite. 
ff Áit), /. g. fpÁi-ce, a street ; 

littletown. 
SfÁit) ah C^ifleiin, Castle 

Street. 
ffoifmi, Ireach. 
ffuc, m.,pl. ffticA^A, astream. 
rnucÁn, m., g. ff ucAin, a little 

stream. 
f cáoIa, m., a stable. 
fCAt), v.n., stopping. imper. 

stopl 
fCA-oAim, I stop. 
fCAi£f e, m., a stair. 
fCAimpín, a little stump. 
fCAcA-ó, v.n., pulling. 
fciúin, /., a rudder. 
fCocA, m., a stocking. 
fcop, m., a % stop. 
fCf eAnncÁn, m., a tune ; a lilt. 
f uAf a6, small ; wretched. 



ftiAf, up (from the speaker). 

f . le, up to ; as much as. 
fú^AÓ, merry. 
fuif), imper., sit (down). 
fui-óe, v.n., sitting 1 n-A f., 

(he) standing; up (out of 

bed). 
fuif>im, I sit. -oo fuix), 3 sg. 

Past, sat. 
fúil,/., gs. and npl. fúile; gpl. 

f úl, the eye. 
fúil, /., hope. bí f Ai^e, he 

hoped. 
f uim, /., g. f uime, heed ; atten- 

tion. 
fuipé^f, supper. 
ful (fAf), before ; lest. 
fúfA, a blanket. 

CÁ. c. a^ac ! you have it ! i.e^ 

you have beaten me. 
CAbAif , imper., give ; convey ; 

bring. c. LeAc, fetch. 
CAbAifc, v.n., giving, etc. c. 

Aine, taking care. c. aitiac, 

distributing ; giving out. 

c fé, attempting ; undertak- 

ing. 
cabAnr ai-ó, 3 sg. fut. will give. 
rAbAf ca, pp. given ; brought. 
caca, a point of time. um An 

•oc, by the time. 
caccat), v.n., choking. 
CA^Aim (npm) Icome. catja-o, 

3 sg. imferf. came ; used to 

come. 50 ocA^Ain, till you 

come. 
CA$Aif e, pp., come ; arrived. 
CAitim, g. see CAÍAm. 
CAitl/iúin, g. caiIAiúj\a, a tailor. 
cAinbe, m., good ; profit ; advan- 

tage. 
^Ainif, past ; beyond ; by. 



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CAit/beAinc, v.n., showing. 
CAirbeÁnAim, I show. CAif- 

beÁtiA'ó, past anton., was shown. 
CAicige, /., habit ; custom. 
caIaip, m. or /. ; g. CAlriiAn and 

CAibim, land ; ground ; earth. 
CA.b, over (away írom speaker). 

AnrAn c , over there. c. 'r 

Abur, over and back. 
CALmAmcíb, dpl. of cAUath. 
cAtnAil, m., g. cAin&ibl, a while, 

a space. c beA^ Iuac, a little 

bit early. 
cáua^, I came. 
cÁnA-oAn, they came. 
CAob, m., a side. 'n-A c., con- 

cerning him. cao 'n a c ? 

Why ? 
caj\, caí\, past ; over ; beyond. 

c. éir, after. c. n-Air, back 

again. 
cÁ|aLa, defect. verb. -oo c. (it) 

happened. 
CA;vnA, ord. num., second. 
CAnpAin^nn, I pull ; draw ; haul. 

CAnfVAin^ ré cu^, he drew 

forth ; took out. 
CA|\]AAng (often prond. cAf\t\Ac), 

t/.tt.,pulling, etc. c. rtAn, wrth- 

drawing ; drawing back. 
caj\c, m., thirst. 
ceAéc, v.n., coming. c. éui^e 

rém (emph. on cuije), coming 

to himself ; recovering. 
céA-o, m., a string. Ap céAOAtb. 

upon (musical) strings. 
ceMnpuU , m., g._ ceAnrpuiLb, a 

church (esp English Church). 
céAnAtn, imper. i pl., come ! 

c. oj\c, '* come on with you ! ' 
ceAn^A, /., ds. ceAngAin, dpl. 

ceAn^CACAib, a tongue ; a 

language. 



ceme, /., fire. 

cemneAr (cmneAr), g. cemnif, 

sickness ; pain. c. cmn, a 

headache. 
ceip, v.n., failing. ^An c, with- 

out fB.il. 
cerp, 3 sg. past, failed (used 

impersonally). *oo c. aij\, it 

failed him. 
ceipice, pp. failed. 
ceópA, /., a boundary. ní't, c 

beAc, there are no bounds to 

you. 
z\,inphr. 50 ocí, until ; to ; 

toward ; as far as. 
d§ (reAó), m., g. cige, d. ci£, a 

house. pl, cigce. 
cigeAnnA, m., a lord. An C, 

The Lord. 
cnnceAll (often pronounced 

címpAl), a circuit. c. Ain, or 

'n-A c, about, around him. 
cmncéir», g -céA|\A, a tinker. 
cioc-, fut. and cond. stem of 

CAjc^im, cijpm, I come. 
cíor, down ; below. ~n reAn c , 

the man below. 
c ^> /•> g* cíne, land ; country. 
ci]\m, dry. 
ciug, thick ; close ; quick. 50 

c, closely ; rapidly. 
cobAn, m., a well. 
có^Aim, I take ; lift ; raise. 
có^Ainc (có^Áil, CÓ50Á1I), v.n., 

taking ; lifting. 
coib, /., the will ; pleasure. 
coir^, /., a cause ; because. 
cón,/., g. cónA, d. cóm, bottom; 

end. 
co|\ax>, m., fruit ; crop ; return. 
cót\nAm, g. cót\r*Aim, a wake. 
corAó, m., g., copAig, a begin- 

aíng ; front. 



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cnÁc, m., atime ; occasion ; time 

of day. 
cnÁcnónA, m., evening. 
cné, through. c. n-A céite, 

1 through-other ' ; inconfusion. 
cní, three. 
cní, through. 
cpiAÍL, m., a journev. cÁ nAib 

a c„ where he was going. 
cniAÍl, v.n., travelling ; going. 

•oul a- c. An/ going travelling 

to/ now means simply ' going 

to/ 
cniobtóiT> t /., trouble. 
cnSomA'c, third. 

cniomui£ , oír, they used to dry. 
cníocA, through them. 
cniún, g. cnín, three persons ; 

a trio. 
c'nom (cAbAin •óom), give me. 
cnom, heavy. 

cnom-cool -ó, sound sleep. 
cj\ua£, /., g. cnuA^A, pity ; an 

object of pity. 
cnuagméiLeAC, comp. -méiLige, 

piteous ; pitiful. 
cuató, north ; northward. 
cuAinirg, news ; information. 
cuAn, a field where cattle are 

put f or the night. (Also means 

a bleaching-green.) 
euAr, above. Anr úo c., up there. 

Ati "oume c., the man above. 
cu^Aim (or benim), I give ; 

bring ; take ; spend (timé). 

cu^Ar reAcc mbliA'ónA, I 

spent seven years. ca'o a cu^ 

Ann é, what brought him 

there. A|\ a -ocu^cAn. pres. 

auton., to which is given (as 

a name). cugcí, imperf. 

auton. 
cui£e, /., straw. 



cuijim, I understand ; know 

•oÁ -ocui^cá, ' if you knew/ 
cuille (cuiLbeA-ó), m., increase. 

a c., any more. 
cuibteAm, v.n., earning ; deserv. 

ing. bí c. món Aige, he 

earned a great deal. 
cuinre,/., fatigue. bi c, onm, 

I was tired. 
cuinreAc, tired, 
cínr , d., see cúr. 
cúifge, m., the first moment. 

ah t., ' the very instant.' 
cúirr,e, comp. and sup., sooner ; 

soonest. ní c, no sooner. 
cuirgmc, v.n., understanding. 
cuir^ionAÓ, adj. t wise ; intelli- 

gent. 
cuicim, v.n., falling. 
cuicim, I fall. 00 cuic, 3 sg. 

past, fell. 
cunur, m., a journey ; a 

■ round ' at a holy well. An 

c. ro, ' this time.' 
cúr, a beginning. aj\ •ocúir, at 

first. 



tlAÓcAnAó, upper. 

ua-óacc, /., a will ; testament. 

UAipieAc, lonesome. 

UAi^neAr, loneliness ; a wild, 
lonely spot. 

uaiL (also cuail), a heap. 

UAin,/., an hour ; a time ; once. 
pl. uAine, times. u. a' clui£, 
' an hour of the clock/ is 
usuahv said, to distinguish 
uAin, * an hour/ from uAin, 
a time, e.g. cní h-uAine, three 
times ; cní h-UAine 'ctuiz:, 
three hours. See cloc ah 
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